On Friday January 22nd we awoke to a whole day of snow. Sometimes you could see the white barn and at other times it was hidden by the vale of heavy snow showers.
I was waiting for the snow to stop but at 3:30 I knew if I was gonna get some photos I had best brave the snow flakes. At least the snow was not so heavy to land on your eye lashes making it hard to see.
A male and female cardinal. At one point we had 3 dozen cardinals at the feeders.
A Towhee dressed for a snow party. He looks like an aristocrat of the feather world high society.
All the bird photos were taken from inside the house and this was one of my favorites with the 2 male Cardinals with a Black Cap Chickadee for company.
Going down the driveway I turned to my left and captured the old hay rack covered in snow.
Looking down the driveway from the top. The trees line the right side of the drive.
Our mailbox and McCrory Lane with just a few tracks.
The Massey looked rather cold but pretty in it's blanket of white.
Puppy's cabin with the dinner bell in front.
Mimi's lighted trees on the porch at night in the snow.
Tree tops glisten in the sunshine with their coat of snow.
I took several photos of the snow on the Box Wood bushes as a study in snow.
This was Sunday 24th and by Monday the 25th the snow was gone. The last weekend in January we tried to have spring again. It was in the high sixties and Sunday 31st it was 72 degrees which only liked one degree in tying the record of 73 for that date. Today being ground hog day, it has again been very warm but terrible windy. Some western counties have had tornado warnings. A heavy rain is suppose to appear this evening from 6 till midnight. The Kitty Justice is that if you do not like Tennessee weather stick around and it will change in a few days. BTW The rest of the week we are suppose to have normal weather for February.