Saturday, 7 December 2013

Advent Calendar- Day 7



Feeling evening more Christmassy today- Christmas shopping, A girly gathering for food, mulled wine and games this afternoon and watching Christmas films on dvd this evening. It still feels a little strange though as it's 34 degrees outside!
 
Hope you like the photo- This was taken near Boone/ Banner Elk, North Carolina, the morning after an ice storm- I've never experienced anything like it- It was so beautiful to look at, but scary all at the same time:)
 
 Have a look at my Saturday snaps for some more pics.
See you tomorrow x
 
 

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    1. I cheated a little and added a snowflake or too- but the ice was incredible:)

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    1. Thanks, a little editing on the snowflake front- but the ice was just as it was:)

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  3. Love this photo and yesterdays ones too. You don't see ice like that here!
    Sarah x

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    1. It was quite impressive- and yes the snow in NYC was amazing- more photos will follow soon I think!

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  4. What a wonderful photo - ice can be so dangerous and yet so beautiful too:)

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    1. Definitely dangerous-Nature really does throw things at us sometimes:)

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  5. Such a beautiful photo Amanda. I hated ice storms when I lived in America, but they did produce some amazing sights like the twigs in your photos. xx

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    1. It was my first experience- I never even knew what one was until it happened- amazing.

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  6. Lovely, we always have a hot Christmas, it would be strange to have a cold one.

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    1. I've now experienced both- and to be fair- I still love a cold one more I think- although I would be very willing to try an Aussie one!

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  7. Stunning photo. Sounds like a perfect build up to Christmas. x

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    1. Thanks-and yes getting more Christmassy by the day:)

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