Fat Flakes


Fat Snowflakes

Rather difficult to show, but today, fluffy snowflakes fell all morning, some were quite large, almost 1/4″ in diameter. Later, when the clouds parted, they were extra sparkly in the sunshine. I’m sure the photos don’t do them justice, but I had to share them.


Acer leaf in snow


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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125 Responses to Fat Flakes

  1. Alice Pratt says:

    Like crunched diamonds…..I love when the trees sparkle as well. (This was a ‘found’ post…not in my in-box…..)

  2. Capturing the beauty in the ephemeral is truly a strength of yours.

  3. Spectacular! Wish we had some of those in our neck of the woods. It’s bone dry and windy. Blech.

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