Snapshot of a Winter Wonderland

Yesterday morning the landscape in my neighbourhood was grey, brown and dreary. Most of the leaves have fallen off of the trees leaving the bare branches reaching for the sky. It felt like winter had already arrived, especially as snow was falling during the walk to work.

The snow did not stop falling and continued throughout the day. The amount of snow covering the ground was unexpected and I messaged home for my daughter to bring me my winter boots. While walking home, I was glad that I had been able to reach her – inches of snow lay on the ground and the salt coating the sidewalks would have damaged my good shoes.

While walking home in the twilight, I could not help stop but admire the scene before me. With the twinkling lights and the gently falling snow, the scene before me looked like a Winter wonderland: a scene that made me smile in appreciation.

Our second snowfall of the season will linger a little longer than the first. The children in the playground will certainly appreciate it.

Have you yet experienced the first snow of the season?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2019

(This post is linked to Trent’s Weekly Smile challenge which focuses on sharing all things positive)

21 thoughts on “Snapshot of a Winter Wonderland

  1. It’s a winter wonderland to be sure! Of course, it hampers travel and can cause other issues, but what beauty…since I live in Beverly Hills – where it has NEVER snowed EVER – I must travel for hours to reach mountains where snow has still yet to fall!


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