Virgin Snow Christmas and New Year Card by BlueMoonRose

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351 views, 2 favourites, 3 September 2013
Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT! on 31 December 2013 and in BITS & PIECES on 1 January 2014
A Christmas and New Year card made from the scene that greeted me when I opened the front door on New Year’s Day, 2009. Lots of snow! Greetings in blue, Wenceslas font: “A very Merry Christmas and a bright and prosperous New Year”. The original picture without the frame and text is available upon request. Captured with my Canon PowerShot S3 IS camera.


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My life is divided between teaching Music and Photography. The instruments I play are organ, piano, clarinet and saxophone. I taught German and Spanish before my retirement, but since I got my digital camera no longer have time for them!

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  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 2 years ago


  • Thank you, Cheryl.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 2 years ago

    A lovely scene for a Christmas card !

  • Thank you, Trish.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • virginian
    virginianover 2 years ago


  • Thank you, Judy.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Rocksygal52
    Rocksygal52over 2 years ago

    Beautiful card Kathryn.

    Cheers Jude x

  • Thank you, Jude.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsover 2 years ago

    Must have been a beautiful surprise that morning!

  • Thank you, Pamela.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajover 2 years ago

    A lovely scene for a Christmas card !

  • Thank you, Ana.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • dedmanshootn
    dedmanshootnover 2 years ago

    fine snow pic. may your kind wish be returned to you tenfold!

  • Thank you, Dave.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ralph de Zilva
    Ralph de Zilvaover 2 years ago

    I wouldn’t mind being greeted with this view each time I open my front door. Such a nice shot Kathryn. Love it.

  • Thank you, Ralph. I admit the snow makes the street look more inviting, but as temperatures rise slightly above zero during the daytime, it turns to horrible, wet slush, which then freezes over the next night to form ice. It also soon begins to look unpleasant once cars have driven down the road and lots of people have walked over it. However, at that particular moment in time, when it is newly fallen, it is lovely!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • CanyonWind
  • Thank you ever so much for featuring my card, Pop’s. It is greatly appreciated. None of the white stuff yet!

    – BlueMoonRose

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