Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Corner View: White

For my white post, I relied on basic snow,
in this case from last year,
as we have not received any so far this year.

Screened-in back porch on 2nd floor of our home.

A view up the back alley. 
There are lots of white houses in this small town.

Old shed behind aunt's house
and then her garage and back doors.

View from aunt's side yard looking down into alley
and up into the cemetery.

Our snowman marker.

Looking from our side yard up and across the front street.

Pristine snow coating bushes.

View of Seneca Lake from road--taken on my way to work.

One last one: cat in white tissue paper.
I was unwrapping the Christmas ornaments
and inadvertently created playtime for Scruffy.

For more corner views,
please visit Francesca.


  1. we haven't had any snow yet either! great photos. Love the one of the shed.

  2. I had never seen a snowman marker (probably because it's not useful in my area) ! Nice!

  3. Hi Beth, Oh how I love snow... Beautiful 'white' pictures.

    We are enjoying the beach in beautiful Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. I will think of you today at 12 minutes and 12 seconds after 12 noon on 12/12/12/.... Unbelievable.


  4. that's a lot of white.

  5. Looks like you are going to have a white Christmas. No such luck here. Have a great week and drive safe.

  6. Love it! Especially the tissue paper kitty :)

  7. i would love to go for walks in your neighbourhood, beth! it feels so authentic.

  8. I literally laughed outloud at the last one. Someone had a big time!

  9. Great white shots - especially the cat in the tissue paper!

  10. lovely pics and so much snow. i don't envy you :)

  11. now I need to make a snowman marker - so cute!

  12. Well, when I saw the cat, you just made me chuckle. THAT is a good thing. [And, now, I've caught up with you for the first time in over a month. THAT is a cool evening occurrence. Finished Susie's first. Now going to one of my other dear blog friends to catch up with her/him.]


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