7 December 2009

This morning we awoke in a beautiful snow-coated land. The widows were foggy, but through the glass we could see a white powder covering the world outside.

The the grass peaks up through the inch-high bright snow and the sun has yet to show it’s happy face this morning, but it may be out of kindness so that we can enjoy seeing the white outdoors a little longer.

There are still snowflakes fluttering about, adding a bit more to the layer that has already taken its rest on the plants. It is the beginning of the Winter season.

It is good to give thanks to the Lord
And to sing praises to Your name, O Most High;
To declare Your lovingkindness in the morning
And Your faithfulness by night,

Psalm 92:1-2

  1. 16 Responses to “Snow & Berries: Beginning of Winter”

  2. Emily Elizabeth on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    Beautiful, Emily!
    I’m hoping to see some of that in Ohio :)

  3. Susannah on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    How pretty!! We got a little bit of snow this morning too…although not as much.


  4. Miss Eyebright on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    I need it to snow again here, because the pictures I took weren’t very good. :( Yours are beautiful, though!

  5. Sara on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    So pretty! We are still waiting for our first snow. :)

  6. Hannah Mendenhall on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    I was absolutely shocked when I pulled back the curtains this morning to see the snow, and tried to remember the last time it snowed this early in Indiana. I call these days “cozy days”. The kind of days where you just want to curl up with a blanket, sip tea, and read a book.

  7. Hannah on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    I was excited to see snow this morning!!
    Poor Dad had to push someone’s car back onto the road, though- without gloves! Burrr…

    I should have gone out and taken pictures…oh, well. I’m sure I’ll get plenty of snowy days this winter!


  8. Elizabeth on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    Hello Emily Rose!
    Last night during our church’s Christmas choir music program, it began snowing and when we walked out a beautiful blanket of snow covered the ground…simply beautiful!
    We enjoyed our morning walk in the snow and it is such a beautiful shade of white! God’s Creation is lovely!

    Joyfully in Jesus,

  9. Emily Ruth on Dec 7, 2009 said:

    Aw! White Christmas! I’m having a green one here (just like the ones from every year). What are those berries?

  10. Miss Jen on Dec 8, 2009 said:

    Dearest Emily~
    What glorious snow!
    Your pictures are stunning!!!
    We serve an amazing Lord.

    Bless you dear sister in Christ!

    Love~ Miss Jen

  11. Elena on Dec 8, 2009 said:


    I love the contrast of the red and white.

  12. Livvy P. on Dec 8, 2009 said:

    Absolutely lovely, Emily Rose!
    Did you take them with the “55”?

    Blessings sweet friend!

  13. Samantha on Dec 8, 2009 said:

    Oh how pretty!!!

    We’re in the middle of a blizzard warning that lasts until Thursday morning…supposed to get 12-15 inches. Anyone want some snow??? LOL

  14. Jessica on Dec 14, 2009 said:

    Oh! I LOVE snow! Those are such pretty pictures, too!



  15. Hannah on Dec 15, 2009 said:

    I LOVE the first two–very beautiful and…poignant, if that makes any sense. ;)


  16. Kim on Dec 17, 2009 said:

    Beautiful photos! We have quite a bit of snow here as well.

  17. Emilee Grace on Dec 28, 2009 said:

    Hello Emily! Beautiful photos! My name is also Emilee, and I too am home schooled. I have visited your blog a few times and have throughly enjoyed it each time. I am a beginning photographer and I have a few questions that I would love if you could answer. What kind of camera do you have? And how did you make your watermark/signature that are on you pictures? Thank you and God Bless!

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