Wednesday, March 21, 2012

On the second day of Spri - ing...

...the weather gave to me

a decorative coat of snow on the trees!

And on the bird netting over the strawberries,

And on the spring flowers, poor things. :-/

Dazed and confused by the weather at . . .

9 comments:

Marie said...

I want to come visit! We did not have a winter this year. Total of 1- 1 1/2 inches all winter! I really like the snow.

Sheila said...

Wow, you have had one weird spring!

farmlady said...

How lovely! The snow is late. Spring is early.
They have collided.
I'm glad that you took pictures of the encounter.
Beautiful...

Leigh said...

Oh your poor spring. Actually we're still waiting for winter, but it appears to be skipping us this year.

Tombstone Livestock said...

it has been a strange year .... hopefully summer will be a nice change and not too hot.

Ruth @ Hope, Joy and Faith Farm said...

Rain, wind and flooding, oh my... here on the coast, the sheep and piggies are in their sheds looking out in bewilderment! It's getting very strange...

Theresa said...

Michelle, There is an evil little part of me that is enjoying your surprise spring weather. Usually we see sunny days and lovely flowers from you this time of year along with the lambs. This is what we live with from March-early May. Nothing like spreading the season misery around. :)
Truly, you'll have better weather soon and I'll be just as pleased to see all those lovely flowers and imagine what spring could be if I lived somewhere else!

Lael said...

Send your snow our way! We sheared yesterday and it was 65 degrees - at 7:30 am! By the time we finished shearing, it must have been near 80! The bugs have been terrible, I had a tick on me this morning. By the way, your fleeces (in the previous post) are gorgeous. If I didn't have so many of my own, I might consider becoming a customer!

Kelly Bartels said...

Lovely shots from the collision of winter and spring. Now throw a Shetland in there someplace and you have a truly interesting shot for the MSSBA photo contest. Not that there's any shortage of great photos from you......