Thursday Sky


First snow on the North Shore mountains this year.  It is a nice, sunny day even though we were expecting rain.  There is no snow at street level here in the city but the air has a definite chill. Time to start wearing and carrying gloves.
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24 comments:

  1. Good evening, dear Penny, those are the high mountains that you see around you? ... wow, that's wonderful and then the snow peaks above, which I can here in the flat land as a city kid, we just dreaming ... have fog, no sun and it's cold ....

    Yesterday your pear tart looked good, but I eat pears do not like, prefer apple, apples with my husband tomorrow brings, I'll try this, let's see if I succeed

    I'm going to sleep now, you have a nice day ...

    Good Night tells the Geli, who had a mammogram today and it's all healthy.

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  2. Beautiful, Penny. I don't recognize the mountain, however. Would this be Golden Ears? I'm just guessing. I used to have a view of Mount Baker from my little house in White Rock, so I recognize it when I see it, and The Lions, but that's about all.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. This looks beautiful, but I'm getting the chills just looking at it. We don't usually get snow until late November.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  4. Oh, Penny, your photo makes me homesick for the Pacific Northwest! That scene resembles the Olympics and Cascades--I grew up between the two ranges just south of you. It also reminds me a lot of our mountains in Port Angeles. Sigh....

    Thanks for sharing God's splendid creation today!

    Linda

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  5. We had just a smidgin of snow on the highest hills around here the other morning, - a chilly warning of November lurking around in the hills.
    Beautiful photo.

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  6. Beautiful shot but I'm not ready for snow. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  7. Such serenity! Thanks for sharing, Penny. And thanks for visiting IHATH.

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  8. Such a pretty sky!

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  9. Wow, what a gorgeous scene. I love the mountains. Great capture, happy skywatching!

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  10. Wish I could go to that place and feast with my own eyes!

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  11. That's a beautiful scenery! Take care..

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  12. Hej Joyful.
    Rigtig flot billede - smuk natur.
    Ønsker dig en god week-end.
    Knus Hanne Bente ♥

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  13. Your photo is breath-taking. I love the valleys and shadows in the mountain peaks. your header is awesome. What a lovely blog you have. Thanks for today's visit. Blessings to you!

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  14. Those peaks covered in snow look beautiful from afar. I'm not looking forward to seeing it up close and personal. Beautiful Shot!

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  15. Great shot of the first snow! We'll probably be getting our first few flakes in Montreal in the next few weeks! I've been wearing my wool coat and gloves all week!

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  16. Beautiful mountains. Many years ago when I lived in Vancouver, I could never stop myself from saying "Look at those mountains!" when I came out from work each day at the University. They are gorgeous!

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  17. Beautiful scene with the first snow on those sunny mountain peaks.

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  18. That's a lovely light blue sky!
    Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog! :-)

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  19. That's very pretty~ it's hard to imagine snow when it's been in the 80's here! I'm actually longing for some cold temps. Thanks for visiting my sky.

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  20. these are beautiful. Did you make pickled onions?

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  21. Hi everyone. Since I posted this photo, I've learned of early snows in northeastern USA and eastern Canada. Fortunately for us the mountain snows remained on the mountain!

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