Snowy Saturday

Every day last week as I drove to work, I was treated to a beautiful pinky blue sunrise. And every morning, I was frustrated that I had to report to work at 8 a.m. instead of continue driving toward the Great Salt Lake with my camera in tow. So I set my alarm on Friday night to wake up early on Saturday so I could finally take those pictures. Unfortunately, when I peaked out the living room window, I knew there would be no sunrise photos. But the morning wasn’t a total loss. I still pulled on some clothes and headed out for some snowy scenes. I didn’t know where I was going, but I ended up at Liberty Park.

On my way home, I found myself near a church building with a secret garden. I had always wanted to explore the garden, but somehow never got around to it. I guess Saturday was the day.

A walled garden just sounds so romantic. Even in winter, and it was absolutely beautiful.

I love living where there are hills and foothills and mountains because you can just be driving home and stumble upon a view like this down a side street.

I know that in May (and even June), I won’t be very excited about a snowy Saturday. But for right now, it’s just perfect.

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8 comments

  1. Cynthia Hawes Van Dam · November 7, 2011

    These are beautiful. Almost makes me wish I were there. Ah but I will be. We arecoming up for Thanksgiving. staying Wed through Tues. Hope I can see you.

  2. Erica · November 9, 2011

    Oh Katie these pictures are so perfect. I love the three with the leave, berries, and pokey pines. So beautiful.

  3. izzythecake · November 9, 2011

    WOW! These are beautful and make me want to live here.

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  5. Amanda · November 17, 2011

    Katie you got me all excited for snow. I love how you captured the frosty gentleness of it all.

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