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Winter in Allegany

Administration Building
The Administration Building

We are expecting a deep freeze this week here in Allegany and without a doubt the skiers and snowmobilers couldn’t be any happier. Thought this would be a great opportunity to finally post a few of my snowy shots from this November when the hills still had a little color on it.

Redhouse before it froze over!
I love the light and darks in this shot!

Oaks still have some color
Don’t you love the scattering of color that is still on the hills!

Snow falling off the trees
I thought the snow falling off the trees was neat here!

BTW: all you facebookers . . . my friend Lisa finally talked me into signing up!! I am not sure how often I will update but if you want to swap friendships (or whatever you call it) use the address tom (at) monarchbfly (dot) com.

Snowy Allegany is better than Rainy Allegany
More falling snow!


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14 responses

  1. Very beautiful! I especially love the setting for your admin. building. What a great place to go off to work!

    12 January 2009 at 7:55 pm

  2. Pam

    OMG Tom, I *love* these photos!!!
    And I was forced into FB myself for work so I’ll go look you up now.

    12 January 2009 at 8:12 pm

  3. What a gorgeous place… I still need to visit in winter…

    12 January 2009 at 8:37 pm

  4. These are beautiful winter shots. I think the first picture is my fave!

    12 January 2009 at 10:01 pm

  5. Those shots are breath-taking. The park is by far the prettiest place around.

    13 January 2009 at 12:09 am

  6. NatureShutterbug

    Glorious pictures. Oh for water like that over here.

    13 January 2009 at 2:01 am

  7. Marg

    these are such pretty shots-they are predicting temps of -30 here I hope they are wrong! oh that’s -22 to you 😉

    13 January 2009 at 7:59 am

  8. Those are nice photos Mon@rch, but I bet you guys have a lot more snow on the ground by now, don’t you? We were -12 on the way to work this morning with up to 6 more inches of snow predicted for tonight. Almost makes me wish I still had a snowmobile–it’s been years since we’ve had this much snow.

    13 January 2009 at 9:27 am

  9. Wonderful photos. They almost make you want to like winter. We do not have any snow on the ground but will be getting the deep freeze later this week. I am not looking forward to trying to keep our house warm!

    13 January 2009 at 11:39 am

  10. It is a beautiful, wintry landscape you have there. I hope all the animals fare well over the next few days with that arctic blast heading your way.

    13 January 2009 at 2:20 pm

  11. The snow almost looks like a fine mist. I wish I could get down there.

    13 January 2009 at 6:35 pm

  12. Grace

    The first and last shots are my favorites. They should be postcard pictures.

    13 January 2009 at 11:04 pm

  13. Luis M.

    I can’t believe the charm that place has in every photo. I think I’m gonna have to make a trip down there this summer, after all it’s only about 4 hours away from where I am in Canada.

    14 January 2009 at 12:39 pm

  14. @ Rondi – Thanks and it is an amazing building for sure! There is a great deal of history there!
    @ Pam – Thanks and wasn’t really forced into it but after asking enough times . . I couldn’t say no any more! Its not as bad as I thought it would be!
    @ Nick – thanks and yes you do . . although herps might not be as commonly found as in the summer months!
    @ Robin – thanks and is a fave of mine also!
    @ Linda –thanks and every time of the year it’s a beautiful place!
    @ NatureShutterbug – Thanks 🙂
    @ Marg – yes . . snow I can handle . the cold I can’t!
    @ RuthieJ – Today I was walking through snow that was up to my waste (on top of the hills). Snowmobilers are loving it!
    @ Joan – thanks and would love to give you some of our snow!
    @ Robin – should be interested to see how the animals survive the temps . . I know the turkey and deer are digging up all over the place!
    @ Scienceguy – Yep you do need to come down to visit!
    @ Grace – your too nice!
    @ Luis – we have many visitors from Canada and without a doubt you will not be disappointed with its beauty.

    14 January 2009 at 11:04 pm

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