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Tuesday, November 27, 2007


It's a "soft" night out there, I don't know how else to describe it.

It's perfectly quiet and feels like you're snuggled in. All sounds, what there are perhaps when a car drives by, are muffled.

The cloud cover is solid and with the bit of snow on the ground it makes for a lightness that breaks through the dark. The snow crystals sparkle, but it is very hard to capture that with a camera. Moving your eyes around over the snow cover allows you to see literally billions of diamonds as the light hits them.

I looked out my window and saw a pure white bunny on the lawn, searching for munchies. Only the tips of the back of the ears are black.

I moved down to the front door and through the glass caught this pretty creature keeping a wary eye on me, turning it's head to me and then away again.

Finally, this little beauty moved off in search of more grass to munch on under the snow across the street. It was fun to watch how the little paws and snout are used to move the snow away to get at the grassy dinner.

I managed to catch a few sparkles here:

And now a goodnight to all. Take good care of each other and God bless.

Love Jude


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