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From the side door. You can not see it from here unless really in close but there are daffodils between the trees .. Added more Photos the next day when the sun came out.

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Linda Hammar-Del Favero 21 Feb 2020

A light dusting of snow is like powdered sugar from the sky. It is amazing how daffodils re-emerge smiling after it warms and snow melts.

Artist Reply: Thanks Linda, its strange to see flowers and snow in the beginning of winter.

Al Budarin 21 Feb 2020

Gorgeous Artistry in photography ,,,Beautiful Scenic Area.,,Spectacular dusting of Snow,you are so Fortunate to live in a area where you don't have extreme layers of that white Stuff. Yes I can see the daffodils peeking thru ,actually the bit of layer of blanket is keeping them warm & when the Sun comes out,it will melt all this away & Those amazing Daffodils will show off there faces.You did a terrific Angle shot really giving this Photo the wonderful Colours in the Trees.,,,Out here in western Canada ,well we are going our Canadian Winter,waiting for first sign of Crocuses & Tulips to start showing there beautiful purple faces.This is a Magnificent Photo.

Artist Reply: You are so wonderful with your replies! You give me more credit then I deserve! I hung out the side door and was lucky the sun was on that tree! Thanks Al.

Kevin Lambeth 21 Feb 2020

Very beautiful scene, Ginger. I'm lucky where l live, get very little snow. Live in the Midlands of the UK, protected on all sides. Just getting the early spring flowers now, daffs, crocus and snowdrops. Beautiful capture.

Marie josé LAURIER 21 Feb 2020

BEAUTIFUL SNOW PICTURE. WE ARE WAITING FOR OUR FIRST FLAKE .. SURELY NOT THIS YEAR ... THE WEATHER IS NOT A WINTER ONE ...

Artist Reply: Thanks for stopping buy, I want to put more snow photos in an hour.

Joanie Holliday 20 Feb 2020

I SEE THEM GOOD. NEAT SHOTS. WHERE ARE YOU TO HAVE DAFFODILS ALREADY?

Artist Reply: A rare scene, We are in Williamsburg, VA and the past week we had 50 degree temps. Our white Pear trees started to bloom and Daffodils. Its rare that either ever bloomed in Feb that I know of in the past ten years. I assume we will have an early Spring but those blooms will probably all drop off!!
Artist Reply: I live in Williamsburg, Virginia!! Its been too warm! Tahnks for stopping by!