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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Windows to a Winter Wonderland


I made a quick visit to Timberline Lodge a few weeks ago. This is taken before the big snowstorms that have been hitting the mountain. This is a very low amount of snow for the first week of December, when the photo was taken. But since then the Lodge has seen a lot of new snow accumulation.




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14 comments:

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

That is very pretty and I like the lights on.

Perfect winter picture .

Second one is nice but far distance so my choice is number one shot.

Well done.

kreig said...

I was there in Oct. when they had their first snow of the season.

Carol L McKenna said...

Beautiful photography of the 'Winter Wonderland' ~

(A Creative Harbor ~ aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^

Happy Holidays to you ^_^

Leslie: said...

Stunning place - I can just imagine how cosy it would be inside!

Leslie
abcw team

Roger Owen Green said...

Isn't it WONDERFUL that W comes as WINTER approaches?
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Cindi Clarke said...

Such a beautiful picture! Wonderful winter for wishing you warmth!

Dana said...

Snow really is pretty. :)

Jedediah said...

It's beautiful, but at the same time I can't help but think of The Shining.

Jedediah said...

...when I posted my first comment, I actually had no idea that this IS the actual hotel used in the Kubrick film...

Robyn Greenhouse said...

wow - that's a lot of snow already!

Joy said...

A sturdy lodge which it seems it needs to be with continual snow. Those fir trees seem to take on a different meaning after Jedediah's comment.

Chubskulit Rose said...

That's lovely!

Wedding
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team
Happy Holidays!

Lmkazmierczak said...

Ordinary Words...Lovely scenes. I asked for snow shoes this Christmas and I expect to use them♫

Honest Abe said...

Very nice weather. It photographs better than it probably feels out in it.