We had our first November snowfall in Toronto. A record-setting 19.4 cm on Sunday. It’s time to hibernate.
What a difference a few weeks makes.
Yes, Emanuel, I felt as if I emigrated to a different country, and I already miss the old one.
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I’ve never experienced snow in my life. I live in a tropical country and I wish to experience it first in Japan.
I hope you get to experience it. In the meantime, here’s a few more photos I posted last January to give you an idea of more snow! Enjoy:
That was good. I like the infos you wrote in your posts. I think I’ll visit your blog more often.
Thanks so much Bacardi. I appreciate your visit. The one thing I noticed about blogging is that we rarely have the time to go back and explore other bloggers’ older posts but sometimes we can find interesting things if we make the time to go back. Glad you took the time.
Yes, that’s true. We sometimes want the new ones to read, fresh as they say. Whatever is the state of the post as long as you find it beautiful you can appreciate it. Thanks a lot, the torzorean…
You’re welcome. I hope you have your photos back on your blog! Good luck retrieving them. All the best, Emanuel
Thank you. I hope for the best….
Having grown up in the San Francisco Bay Area flatlands, I never experienced snowfall until I was 21 and meeting John’s family in the Midwest for the first time over the holidays. I ran outdoors as the snow began, expecting to commune with a glorious natural sensation. But instead it felt as though tiny razor blades were slicing my face, so I ran right back indoors, disillusioned and cold.
After moving back east, snow became an adult chore (something to have to shovel) and often an obstacle to commuting. Then there’s the inconvenience of when snow or sleet brings down power lines, leaving us stuck in a cold house without electricity for hours (or days).
I still find snow to be highly overrated. Harrumph!
I am so sorry that your experience of snow was so negative. Hopefully you can enjoy my photographs of snow from the warmth of your home and maybe that will help you think of snow differently now.
Brrrr!! Time to get cozy by the fire!! Happy Winter Emanuel.
Snow perfect! I have never seen snow. I so enjoy the snow scenes.
The first time I saw snow was when I came to Canada. It was the month of February, one of the coldest in Toronto, but I fell in love with the magic of snow and still enjoy it. Although I like to see it more now from the warmth of home rather than be outside in the cold. Enjoy your warmth. Emanuel
Belo para o olhar…mas certamente muito frio para o corpo!
Obrigado, Dulce. A primeira vez que vi neve foi quando vim para o Canadá no mês de fevereiro, um dos mais frios de todo o ano! Mas como era criança, adorei e, até hoje, gosto de ver neve. Abraço, Emanuel
Emanuel, there is such magic with the first snowfall. Thanks ever so much for sharing the magic and beauty!
So glad that you enjoy the magic, too.
Que bom poder experimentar a chegada da neve ❄️❄️❄️, ainda que seja através desta foto. 📷
Obrigado Alex. A neve que tivemos no princípio desta semana já derreteu. Mas vai voltar qualquer dia! Depois tiro mais fotos para postar aqui no blogue. Abraço, Emanuel
De nada, Emanuel!
Eu não sabia que a primeira nevada podia derreter. Interessante.
Que pena que eu cheguei atrasado para a 1ª nevada. ☹️ Mas a foto valeu a pena. 👍
Fico contente que gostaste da foto. Obrigado.
De nada! 😊
Wow. Lovely pics. Reminded me of the time when I had the first snow fall experience
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