Lovely—I’m still trying to see the beauty of winter even though it’s getting tedious and lingering a bit too long. Snowing here today. I hate late winter snows. Might as well be cozy and enjoy it though—spring will soon be here and bring tons of outdoor work with it. A good time to sit by the fire and read.
This photo makes it look like there is a huge snow drift that comes up to the upper branches of the tree. Is that correct, or is this tree one that naturally grows low to the ground?
I would say it’s a combination of both a snow drift and a low to the ground tree. Good morning, Winnie!
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