Wishing for a winter wonderland?

Is it a white Christmas where you are? Here in Daglan, at 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve, it’s certainly looking like that. Although it’s not awfully cold, we think the snow on rooftops and trees will last for tomorrow.

Returning to Daglan from lunch today in Anglars Juillac, we thought that the snowfall on trees and fields was especially lovely as we drove near Campagnac les Quercy. What follows are a few select photos, just for your viewing pleasure.

Snow in a French field

A snow-covered field

Snow-covered trees and field

Trees and fields near Campagnac les Quercy.

Road and snow-covered trees.

Our road home, through a snowy forest.

Snow-covered trees

A mix of snow and brown leaves, up in the trees.

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2 Responses to Wishing for a winter wonderland?

  1. John Ison says:

    Lovely winter pictures; more snow than Toronto, where it is warmish and grey. Hope you have a wonderful day at La Fontaine. John.

  2. Teri says:

    So pretty! Sounds like you had a really wonderful holiday!

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