Winter Wonderland

According to Wikipedia,

The song, Winter Wonderland, was originally written in 1934 by Felix Bernard (music) and Richard B. Smith (lyrics). Throughout the years, it has been recorded by over 150 different artist!

When it snows, ain’t it thrillin’?
Tho’ your nose, gets a chillin’
We’ll frolic and play, the Eskimo way,
Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland.

Please enjoy some of the frolicking we have done in our little Winter Wonderland.


20 thoughts on “Winter Wonderland

  1. Blondie says:

    Great photos!

  2. Dan Traun says:

    Great series of wintery photos honey.

  3. west517 says:


  4. Joe says:

    Beautiful images Cynthia, I wish I could find an old rusted truck somewhere around here 🙂 have a great evening.

  5. Dalo 2013 says:

    Great series of shots Cynthia…makes me miss winter a bit 🙂 The shots of the truck along with a winter’s dust of snow is incredibly photogenic.

  6. Cooling me off on a hot New England day 🙂

  7. kasturika says:

    I really like the first shot and the one with the tall trees…

  8. el Zaphod says:

    I am blown away how you can take a simple subject and make it magical…… again

  9. Love the truck and the doorway shots, Cynthia. Winter Wonderland is a such a great song, every time I hear it I smile because it usually means Christmas is close and that’s my favorite time of year. I love my holiday classics! 🙂

  10. AmyRose says:

    Even though your photos are gorgeous, to even think about snow right now makes my stomach fall to the floor. I live for Spring and Summer. Our winters are just so long and too cold. Perhaps this year come winter, I will get out and about more with my camera to make it more bearable. Perhaps. That is a big perhaps. (smile) xx Amy

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