Last Harvest, First Snow in Minnesota

Fall Harvest

Two days ago I harvested beets and carrots from my fall garden.

First Snow - Birch Leaves

This morning the garden was transformed to a winter wonderland!

First Snow - Weight on Arborvitae

The wet snow will be falling most the day, or so the weather people say.

Cardinal in snow

This guy seemed to love it! Wish I could have gotten closer.


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7 Responses to Last Harvest, First Snow in Minnesota

  1. Martin says:

    Lovely, but please keep it there in Minnesota!

  2. Jill says:

    Beautiful pictures Mary. Haven’t been able to call you
    drop cellphn & had to get new one. Lost all my phone
    numbers. Please call. Hope you are having a good day.

  3. Wow! Those leaves make me think of ornaments on a Christmas tree. I love the Cardinal too!! I can see a painting in there. 😉

  4. Barbara says:

    Beautiful photographs, Mary ! That last one is a small art quilt just begging to be created …

  5. Nancy says:

    Wow, snow in November. I love the picture of the cardinal. Lovely. I’m flying through MN in January on my way to Hawaii. Hope it doesn’t snow then.

  6. Louise in Central Oregon says:

    Loved the pic of the cardinal. This beautiful bird isn’t in Oregon, I’m sad to say. We haven’t had much snow yet, but it’ll be here soon enough. Love your blog.

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