Indeed, I don't know which is prettier. If I can find the ones of Baton Rouge's one snowfall in my memory, I'll send you one. Not so pretty as yours. I wrote to the Classics "list" about how the tangerines still on trees in Athens REALLY look like ornaments when, rarely, it snows there.
Thank you Teegee. One has to get out quite early in the morning to catch the snow on all the tree-branches before wind and sun casts it off. This photo is a bit magical compared to the first; we've now had 2 or 3 inches of snow but spare a thought for the north-east of England which has almost ground to a complete halt with over 12 inches of snow in places, just a bit too much for late November.
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