In Search of Snowy Fences

I spent a lovely morning today with my friend, Carol. She wanted to photograph snowy fences in her town of Columbia Falls for her blog. So we tooled around town in search of snowy fences. Two nutty women cruising up and down the streets, making middle of the road stops, parking in unknown folk’s driveways, and making the odd U-turn as we spied a “good” snowy fence. As Carol took pictures of her snowy fences, I took pictures of Carol taking pictures of snowy fences. carol and her fence posts

Here are a few wintry sights that caught my eye during our outing.Columbia Falls

winter berries red door winter rose hips I love the apples lingering in this tree – Mother Nature’s ornaments. snowy apple tree

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