Quiet Snow

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Yellow decorated RS

Have you ever walked out side and find that Snow had quietly crept up on us?

 No wind blowing — just the Quiet being very LOUD.  I find myself whispering– as to not disturb.


Snow Yellow RS

I hopped in my car to capture this soft snow fall–

The snow sure shows up when you Flash her!  🙂

Moms house RS

My Mother’s sweet house.

Smaller yet RS Temple


As I was driving home this evening, I looked in my rear view mirror to see the Mormon Temple glowing like this. All I could whisper was …”wow.”

Photography in the dark is certainly not my forte`- but this was a fun adventure.

Make sure you stop by and say hi to Susan at A Southern Daydreamer. See who else is sharing their Outdoor Fun!

Also all the Christmas-ie stuff over at  The inspired room with Melissa.

Be sure and stop back as I start my series of touching Christmas Short stories.

TTFN~~  Claudia ♥ ♥

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December 1, 2009 at 9:52 pm | December | 34 comments


34 responses to “Quiet Snow”

  1. Grace says:

    wow! amazing thanks for sharing Grace

  2. Fifi Flowers says:

    OOOoh BEAUTIFUL photos… I need to link my post now too!  How FAB to have a bit of snow!

  3. Sheila says:

    Hi, Claudia, I can only remember about two real snow days in my entire life.  But I know about how things look after a strong rain storm.  That same sense of quiet prevails.  But these are really beautiful shots.  Loved seeing them.  Do you all have snow right now???

    Happy OW..


    Sheila 🙂

  4. Becky says:

    Claudia, these are beautiful shots…love that last one!!!

  5. bj says:

    O my….those night shots are fabulous. The snow really shows up….and the houses are beautiful.
    Amazing post!
    xo bj

  6. Hi Claudia, I wanted to stop by and say hi… Beautiful pictures of falling snow.  Great shots!  Thanks for stopping by my blog and following me.  TTFN, Delores!

  7. ldh says:

    wow… love your snowy pictures.  Snowflakes are really awesome.  Thanks for becoming a follower 🙂
    Kindly, ldh

  8. JSELEP says:

    Great snow photos.  I love it when the flash captures the snow falling.

  9. Joyce M says:

    I adore the glowing Mormon Temple photograph.   That image is certainly different.  Nice post!
    Joyce M

  10. luna miranda says:

    these are marvelous night shots!  the snow fall looks magical and the glowing temple is like a dream.
    thanks for visiting my OW.

  11. Ebie says:

    Your night photography is gorgeous! The lights and snowfall gave a real feel of Christmas!

  12. Linderhof says:

    Yes, and it is so quiet that you can HEAR the snow fall — I love that!    No snow on the prairie as yet!

  13. Hootin' Anni says:

    Wow….snow!!!  Glad I’m down here in the deep south.  Snow is pretty only in photos.  For me, after living in Colorado for over 50 years with tons of snow….I like my warm South now.  LOL

    My O W is now posted.  Today a slide show of us attending the famous Texas King Ranchhand Breakfast.  Come see a bit of ‘history’ if you can.

    It’s <a href=”http://hootin–anni.blogspot.com/2009/12/moo-moo-here-hee-haw-the reeverywhere.html”>Here</a>

  14. Suzanne says:

    Oh my gosh, what beautiful shots.  Is the top one your house?  I can tell you this…it is my dream house!:-)  The Mormon temple is just beautiful.  Wish I were there.
    Thanks for visiting me…I am definitely going to follow and subscribe!

  15. Lou Cinda says:

    Claudia:  Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a sweet comment.  It led me to yours!  These pictures are stunning!  I love snow and way down here in the South, we never get any!

    Love your sister’s yard decor!  Beautiful!

    Lou Cinda 🙂

  16. Sherry says:

    Good Morning Claudia my friend…
    I ansolutely love the picture of the Mormon temple. WOW hardly seems strong enough. It is glowing in the dust of the snow powder and reminding us how alive God really is. How absolutely breathtaking is that? I love it. You should win a ribbon on this photo.

    The picture of your sweet Moma’s house says, “I am home, and come on in.”  It looks so inviting. She has a beautiful home sweetie. Just beautiful.

    It is so nice to visit you. I love coming here. You are always snapping such beautiful photos. It takes me to a new place in life each frame. Thank you my sweet friend.

    Stop by and see what I have been up to the last few evenings. I have been having fun sewing away.

    Country hugs and much love…Sherry

  17. Your sweet mother’s house is sweet!
    Thanks for sharing your snow pics with us, there isn’t any in the forecast here in Florida. lol

  18. What DELIGHTFUL snowy photos … and beautiful holiday decorations too 😉
    Hugs and blessings,

  19. Beautiful photographs! I really enjoyed this since we don’t get much snow here in the South!…Debbie

  20. Peppermint_patt says:

    The snow at night is so beautiful. You’re right, the morman temple is very mystical! Enjoyed! PP

  21. Riet says:

    Your pictures are beautiful. I love the last one

  22. Riet says:

    YOur snow pictures are gorgeous and I love the mormon church

  23. Suzanne says:

    Wow it right. That photo of the temple was beautiful. What a beautiful neighborhood as well. Love photos with softly lit houses and snow!

  24. Mary says:

    Oh, Claudia, your pictures are so lovely and serene. I’m so glad you were able to capture the snowfall and share it with us. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

  25. Kathy says:

    Claudia, these are beautiful shots.  Night photography is a bear, and these really came out nicely. The snow is so pretty, I love to see pictures of it.  Notice, I said I love to see PICTURES lol. And that shot of the Temple is amazing. Wow is right!

  26. Eileen says:

    Wonderful photos, of the snow and Christmas lights. Just awesome.

  27. Lori E says:

    I am not a big fan of snow but I do love that silent “sound” when it is snowing. Last year after 10 times more snow than we ever get I was sitting in the dark with my adult son watching the snow fall when a coyote came trotting right up our city street. My son said it was a perfect moment. It sure was.

  28. LaVoice says:

    Those are really great pictures.  I tried to take pictures today as we  got a little snow.  There was not enough to get good shots.  It is pretty to look at but bad if you have to drive in it.  Take care.

  29. vickie says:

    snow is so quiet and peacefull -we haven’t got a nice snowfall yet but maybe soon.  Beautiful pictures.

  30. Denise says:

    Great photos of the snow.  It really looks like Christmas there.  Enjoy it!  Denise

  31. ….I so miss snow at Christmas! Your pictures are all beautiful!

  32. gina says:

    I love impromtu holiday moments like your adventure- you did a great job of capturing things all aglow! And the snow- how festive!! We want some!!!!

  33. teresa says:

    Wonderful pictures- I miss snow….well just at Christmas time. =)
    Thanks for sharing

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