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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

~ A Frosty, Blue Morning

Good Morning, friends.

Another light snow out here on the plains.

I took these photos early in the morning and I have NO clue
as to why they all turned out.....
BLUE.


SNOW on 1/22/15
Not a lot of snow but it is just a bit more moisture West Texas always needs.
I think we had 3 or 4 inches but it was so wet, it almost melted as it fell and what
did accumulate melted pretty fast.
 



....just a shot of the pretty, curved fencing around the swimming pool.


Our frosty back fence...
isn't it so pretty with the fence all encrusted with snow and ice.


 Hanging out with TEX for her fun GOOD FENCES party.



If you ask me.....


it's a PERFECT day for Coconut Cream Pie and HOT TEA...
xoxo

2/4/15.....we are in beautiful, sunny weather right now...
our weekend is to be in the 70's...even an 80 in there for Sat. 

39 comments:

  1. Pretty 'snow' pictures, especially the fence. The pie and tea sound perfect for this evening.

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  2. haha. always topping it off with sweets. :) love your frosted fencing! thanks, bj!

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  3. Just enough snow to make everything pretty :)

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  4. First... Yes please to some pie! Second... Your weekend temps sound amazing! We're looking at more snow, I hope you grill out and enjoy:@)

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  5. we've been currently at 30s-50s around here

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  6. I'm glad we aren't the only ones getting snow BJ. Coconut cream pie sound delicious with a cup of tea. Stay warm.

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  7. Brr for sure and don't you know how to brighten up a snowy day. Enjoy that delicious pie!

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  8. Pretty pool and fence and snow photos, with a blue mood to them.

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  9. Oh, BJ. Those are called blue hour photos! There is a magical time at early predawn and right after twilight called blue hour. Go to Between Naps on the Porch Blog and look for her posts explaining it. Or just google blue hour photos. I have a couple on my blog, too. The ones out my window in my old room... Yours is amazing with the frosty pool. Love it!

    As usual, it looks like you have made something delicious! Hugs.

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  10. http://betweennapsontheporch.net/your-blue-hour-pics-and-a-give-a-way-welcome-to-the-69th-metamorphosis-monday/

    here is her post. hugs

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  11. Love the snow on the fence! I'll take coconut cream pie any day of the week, my fave!

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  12. I too LOVE the snow on the fence. Perfect! Stay warm, BJ!

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  13. The snow is SO pretty outside your door! We haven't had any snow but it is supposed to be chilly and windy later today! Enjoy your day dear friend and save me a slice of that pie! HUGS!

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  14. I love the snowy fence shots.. I wish we had some 70-70 degree days here. Lucky you! BTW, your pie looks yummy! Have a happy Thursday!

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  15. You caught the blue hour - it's magical :))
    And I wish you would share some of your pie ;)
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  16. do you always have to go there.....to the sweets?!?! peeps are hungry as they visit!! hehehe

    i get that same blue with snow pic's, or just black and white, it's kinda cool. lovely winter images!!!!

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  17. Hi BJ, love your frosty West Texas Fence. I remember those days. The first year we lived in your town we had 64 inches of snow. Everyone said the Yankees brought it!! LOL That was around 1980. Good thing we kept the snow blower from Michigan. LOL Great bluish pics too!! Now your pie looks so delicious!! When can I stop by?? LOL
    Visiting from Good Fences.
    Hugs,
    CM

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  18. The blue pictures of the snow are so pretty. It has been cold here but the sun is shining and so far no snow. I am so looking for forward to the spring. Your pie looks so good. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  19. Jean it does look pretty. Oklahoma got hit big time with rain last weekend and we are still waiting for it to dry out. I'm soooo ready for Spring and to start planting.

    Hugs from Oklahoma,

    Valerie
    Cottage Making Mommy

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  20. How do you go from snow to perfect weather?? Maybe I should move to your neck of the woods. Here on Long Island, we are drowning in snow. It is terrible to drive in and even worse to walk through in my heels. Ug

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  21. BJ, the snow actually looks quite beautiful in blue! Nice shots!

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  22. The frosty back fence is neat. The snow and ice make nice sights, but I am glad we do not get much. Been very cold here this week, but as you said in the 70s or 80s weekend. I will love it.

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  23. I hope you read the Between Naps info on the Blue Hour which happens 2x a day..... so pretty! And that pie looks fantastic.

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  24. Lovely fence shots. Perhaps the white balance was not set correctly for the first 2 shots. just a thought.

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  25. Nice fences. I found it funny to see snow around the pool with water still in the pool. Loving your backyard fence and the looks of that pie.

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  26. Brrrrrrr . . . I want Texas to be WARM!

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  27. Your frosty fence is so pretty! It seems you have gotten an unusual amount of "winter" weather down there this year...and then summertime weather for the weekend. Believe me, 70's and 80 IS summertime weather in Michigan ;>) I swear I'm coming to spend a few weeks! Lol

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  28. Soak it up... That nice warm weather will be so pleasant.

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  29. My hubby would go for that coconut cream pie...I am more of an apple pie kind of gal...LOL

    That fence sure is pretty dressed in white.

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  30. Well you have the strangest weather down there!! We have much more snow and more on its way…wish I could feel some 70' weather!! Enjoy!

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  31. Love the picture of the fence in the back with the snow and ice. Great pictures.
    I am looking forward to that nice warm weather the next two days ... maybe even up to 80°.
    Warm hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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  32. your fence is lovely with all the snow plastered on it.

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  33. where are you at in West Texas? I might just come over for some pie and tea..LOL...molly

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  34. HaHa , forgot to say, I'm in Abilene....molly

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  35. Very pretty pictures. I like the blue. And the reason things turned blue is because the color temperature was cool. :-) Blue is a cool temp, and golden colors appear when you're shooting with a warmer color temp. :-) To adjust it, just change your white balance.

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  36. That's the perfect snow I would enjoy seeing.
    We are to be in the 60's this weekend.

    Enjoy the weather!

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj