Branches Big with Snow

February 10, 2014

Snow-coated branches, Green Lake park, Seattle

Snow-coated branches, Green Lake park, Seattle

“Every branch big with it,
Bent every twig with it;
Every fork like a white web-foot;
Every street and pavement mute:
Some flakes have lost their way, and grope back upward when
Meeting those meandering down they turn and descend again.”
—  Thomas Hardy, from “Snow in the Suburbs”

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6 Responses to “Branches Big with Snow”

  1. Adrienne Says:

    I’m glad you have a bit of snow to enjoy. My Wisconsin winter has been snowy since early December. Small, frequent snowfalls that were easy to keep up with. Just my kind of winter. Beautiful.

  2. shoreacres Says:

    Life lesson #736: Never name a favorite until all the entries are in.

  3. Chris Says:

    Beautiful snowy photos of Seattle!

  4. Donna Says:

    I came to California to avoid the Northwest winter, but just look at what I am missing!

    • Rosemary Says:

      I’m already missing the snow, too. It lasted two days and now has melted except for the disappearing remains of huge snowmen and snowballs — little piles of snow here and there.


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