Friday, November 2, 2012

I kept the condo ‘COOL’!

We woke up to an amazing site on the last day of October!

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Autumn snow on the mountains!

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I kept going out on the balcony to take just one more photo and letting in the Cold Artic Blast!

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I’m showing original untouched photos and then cropped pics.

The sky really was that Carolina blue and the snow was…well snow white!

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The mountain peak with the tower is Mt. Pisgah.

The Blue Ridge Mountains of NC are just beautiful this week!

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I hope you are all safe and sound. I’m keeping everyone affected by the hurricane in my prayers.

29 comments:

Della said...

It makes me shiver just to look at it! Brrrrrrr! It sure is pretty though!
XO

Betty@SouthernGrace said...

Ohhhh, I want to see snow!!

Vee said...

Snow on the mountaintops even in NC! Is that early?

The Bear's Blog said...

Hi Miss Lavender Dreams,

Thank you for the pictures. M&D are talking about movin' us to Weaverville, NC so these pictures really give us an idea of the bee-u-tee-ful mountains.

We saw Mt. Pisgah on the map that Dad pulled up this morning.

Happy Weekend.

Hugs,
Prudence ♥

Cranberry Morning said...

That is just unbelievably gorgeous, Diane. What a beautiful part of the country - and those mountains!

Dorothy said...

As always, your photos are gorgeous! Wish we could get snow down here!
Dorothy

Bev said...

Well be thankful that the snow is in the mountains...we got 5 inches on the ground:)) But happy news we are heading south for a month!

maddyrose said...

These photos are beautiful. I have really missed seeing the mountains and these have brought back so many memories. What a lovely area.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

So beautiful! How long will you be in the mountains? hugs, Linda

cucki said...

ohh i love snow :)

sandy said...

Beautiful photos of the mountains! can't imagine snow right now. I'm trying to put it off in my mind.
Have a great weekend!
sandy

Ames said...

Beautiful! I'm so glad you shared. I wouldn't mind a short time of snow just for the beauty. ~Ames

NanaDiana said...

Diane- That is just beautiful but PLEASE keep that snow/cold down there for a bit yet- xo Diana

GRØNN FRYD HOS MONIQUE - said...

Amazing views, are these seen from your home, really? Fantastic!

Debby said...

Just beautiful. You have the best of two worlds.....snow and sand.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

A very beautiful set of images. I know the snow came in with the hurricane and tropical storms, all so very hard to watch and know that so many suffer, while I am in comfort. Have a happy weekend and stay warm~

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Beautiful- I love to see the mountain tops covered in snow- so pretty!

beachcomber said...

gorgeous shots !!
x

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Gorgeous snow white! We are having the craziest weather, with record lows in Florida and and snow in NC, and I just heard tonight another storm on the way!

Carol

Kim K. said...

We've had frost every morning and I'm just waiting for our first snow storm. Your pictures are gorgeous.

cynthia lee designs said...

Beautiful photos!! What an awesome view of the mountains you have.
Hope you have a great weekend.
~Cindy

Elizabeth said...

Beautiful! We will be heading that way next weekend, hope we get to see some!

Juanita said...

Ah... I just love looking at mountains!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Wow, it must be breathtaking to see that in person. Gorgeous photographs!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Cindy

Joy said...

Beautiful photos! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Beautiful photos, but too early for snow photos for me! LOL!!! I'll be seeing plenty of it over the next few months - I'm sure!!! LOL!!!

Zimbabwe said...

So beautiful, but I am glad that we are not that cold yet!! Have a good Sunday. Diane

Gaby Bee said...

What a lovely area! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday!

Gretings from Germany.
Gaby

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

These pictures are just beautiful. There is just nothing like the Blue Ridge Mountains.