Hydrangeas in Winter

A Snowy Morning!

It was a snowy morning in Gouverneur this Thursday, and after I dropped my little one off at preschool, I went off with my camera to capture the beauty of the day. I spent an hour amidst the solitude and peace that a cemetery can bring and captured some of the snow as it was just settling on the banks of the river and on top of flowers that are quickly fading with the coming winter.

There are hydrangeas covered in a blanket of crusty white snow, faded to a deep yellow as they fight to hold on to til their last blooms fade.

The fog and snow were rolling together as one along the bank of the river where dead weeds and grass dotted the embankment.

The trees reflected their snowy caps into the depths of the Oswegatchie river, with the water still and peaceful as though the current were just as relaxed as the slowly falling snow.

Welcome winter to our little town in Upstate N.Y. :)

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