Snow chair ~ Thursday nite by Marjorie Wallace

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Lacey, Washington
A record breaking snow-storm of December 2008.
Although this photo is not an artistic wonder, I thought some of you might like to see this rare sight for western Washington. We are faced with one of the biggest snow storms that I can remember and it is not done yet. I go out to shake the snow off my plants and bamboos. I understand the snow will insulate the plants when the weather really drops.
Camera; Nikon D60
Lens; AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm

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Cameras and photography captured my interest years ago as a child with my little Brownie. The cameras have changed over the years until the Digital age when I got really serious about photography. Not only has my work improved, but it has opened many doors to meeting wonderful people along the way. New friendships and learning new skills… I am hopeful that some of my best work is yet to come.

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  • BlackSwan
    BlackSwanover 6 years ago

    So romantic ! I love the blue light and the pristine snow cover! Pretty! xxxxx

  • Thank you, Leena. The blue light is because it is dusk. It had been snowing for about two hours and this was the first break. You can see the snow is still falling.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • DoreenPhillips
    DoreenPhillipsover 6 years ago

    Lovely sparkling snow....×....Lovely Marjie"""…..x

  • Thank you, Doreen. When is does snow around here, we are like school kids. The elderly lady across my street was out making a snowman this morning.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Dave Moilanen
    Dave Moilanenover 6 years ago

    Wonderful capture Marjie! My son moved from Michigan to Seattle to get away from the snow and he called tonight and told me all about the weather out there!

  • Dave, maybe your son brought it with him. LOL! It has been about 18 years since we have had a storm like this. Also, our extended forecast is saying that there is more coming and also colder temperatures. It also may be here through Christmas which will put a halt to our plans.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Clark Thompson
    Clark Thompsonover 6 years ago

    OMG, Marjie! I certainly hope that you are weathering this well. Good grief, that is A LOT of snow!

  • Actually, Clark, I am enjoying it. Went out for a walk this morning and got some pictures when I thought it would probably go away. But then about 2:00, the next storm came in and we are not done yet. I just went out and shoveled a path from the last snowfall. It is a rare occurance in the Seattle area.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Teresa Zieba
    Teresa Ziebaover 6 years ago

    Oh my Marjorie, it’s so beautiful. Just a perfect capture.

  • Thank you, Teresa. I love the snow as long as it doesn’t last too long. We have more coming over the next several days and this is so unusual for us in the PNW.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Béla Török
    Béla Törökover 6 years ago

    Lovely capture, dear Marjorie!

  • Thank you, Bela.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • MarianaEwa
    MarianaEwaover 6 years ago

    Excellent shot. I see you have had some snow too :D

  • Thank you, Marianna. Snow is a rare occurance here. Cause for adult to become as giddy and playful as children.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 6 years ago

    Oooooooh fabulous, I love the snow

  • Oh, me too. We rarely get it here. These next few days will tell the tale. The really bad storm is supposed to come in tomorrow in the form of ice storm and high winds. Do hope we don’t loose power.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Ann7f
    Ann7fover 6 years ago

    Hey Neighbor,we’re in nearby Everett and holy Shamoly has this been a surprise or what?!? It’s 22 degrees right now, stay safe n warm,okay? Annie :.)

  • So nice to know you are my neighbor. Maybe when spring gets here, we could take a run up to see the tulips.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltover 6 years ago

    Nice, if you will feel better we are having same picture in Boston today, and storm just started.

  • Yes, I think right now it is pretty much coast to coast. This is so unusual for us. Our normal temp is 44 degrees this time of the year at Christmas. It is rare that we have a white Christmas.

    – Marjorie Wallace

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