The winter snow has finally arrived here in my area. We have had lots of snow shoveling to do and I even tried out the snow blower on my own without running up the backs of the cars. I have to say at this time of the year I like being out in the snow but that will change in a month or two when I want to get back out into the garden and there is no end of winter in site. As a gardener I am grateful for this amount of snow as the plants get a good snow cover for the winter and some of those insect problems that we had last summer will be eliminated with the cold. From a photographer aspect I like the little hats of snow that I found as I walked around. The Eastern Cedar trees have had the Cedar Waxwings in them looking for ripe berries to eat. The other day I was at the local library getting another pile of books and I stopped to take a picture of the Literacy Garden Karl Foerster grasses in the snow.
I hope that you had a good Christmas and look forward to the new year ahead. Have a great week. Join us for Mosaic Monday with our host Mary.