Light snowfall

Two days of light snow. A white line sprawled along black branches. A white bonnet on the occasional car and rubbish bin. A ragged white blanket on flowers, leaves, benches and bushes. A white map against a blue sky on the domed roof at the tram stop. White rims on vases and statues. Under a maple, the steady drip of the melt ; the plop of leaves burdened with snow falling heavily to the ground.







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About morselsandscraps

A retired Australian who spends a lot of time in Warsaw, and blogs as a way of life.
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6 Responses to Light snowfall

  1. Sue says:

    White bonnet, ragged blanket, white map – I do like your descriptors, Meg

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  2. Lucid Gypsy says:

    Oh those poor flowers, they’ve worked so hard at being lovely. I can hack that much snow if I have to, very pretty scenes Meg, delightfully described!

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    • The snow was a real bonus: not what I went out in pursuit of. But when the sun was shining so gorgeously I couldn’t resist a walk, even if it did end in a wait at a freezing tram stop. Just back from another successful drop-off. First without backstop.

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  3. restlessjo says:

    That first shot is so romantic somehow! 🙂 🙂 Not to mention the hearts on the bench. And I love that single leaf with just a niblet of snow! Hugs, sweetheart!

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  4. Rosemary Barnard says:

    My favourite is the second picture, the tree with just a few golden leaves remaining. So beautiful in its past and future.

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