Uuufffff...turns cold, Teresa :(((
Het sneeuwd behoorlijk bij jullie maar het geeft wel van deze mooie momenten.
Morning Tex oh it looks like Canada with all that snow. Oh love Whistlers. Great reflections. Hug B
That was really much snow :)And the poor Whistlers look a little helpless.Have a beautiful day【ツ】Knipsa
I never knew that Texas had so much snow. Snow on a duck's back, now that is cool!
Oh, my goodness. Poor little Gadwall and Whistlers! Thankfully, it was short lived for us! blessings ~ tanna
I bet they will wish for that snow back in the hot summer heat just like us human. When it hot we all go for ice cream. haha.Have a nice weekend Theresa and thanks for the cool pictures. Hugs,JB
Would that still qualify as water off a duck's back?Poor little Gadwell.
The poor little Gadwall is so cute!
This would also have to stop the snow fall, because neither the people nor the birds are certainly not satisfied. Regards.
Amazing to see him swimming around in the cold.
Brrr...that coating of snow is one coat I doubt the duck liked! Nice shot of the whistlers all lined up!
Snow! Glad it's all melting over here. I'm used to seeing that stuff fall from the sky. :P
The snowy scenes are lovely even though I am now ready for spring and warmer days.
Amazing snow shots, the little Gadwell looks cold, brrr.Blessings Francine.
Now I know why I haven't seen any gadwalls lately. They're stuck in a Texas blizzard! :)
That weather is for a Canvasback Duck.
You got way more snow than we did this winter. Which was zero, BTW. Poor duckie, but I always enjoy seeing a bunch of orange beaks as a consolation. :-)
This is Texas? Dang!
Cool photos, in more than one way. :-) Wondering if you got more snow this year than usual?
Love the Whistlers "all in a row."
i feel so bad for them!!
Wow Tex, you really are having heavy snow fall there. The ducks look quite happy.I can imagine its really cold and you have the fire going.wishing you a good weekend.val xx
Snow just adds to the beauty!
Looks surprisingly cold over there. Have a fabulous Friday.Best wishes Molly
Tanya, they have names? That is a lot of snowfall in your camera lens.
I hope you soon gets sun instead of snow!
Hope he didn't mind the cold and the snow. Aren't their feathers water repellent? May be a new coat of Scotch-Guard is in order :)Have a Beautiful Day!Peace :)
Ahhh, these are wonderful.
'Snow covered duck', sounds like an item on a menu from a Chinese restaurant. The whistlers look like they are marching.
I always thought cold duck came in a bottle ....Bet you and all the critters are ready for spring!
I like your pictures in the heaviest snow. They looks so authentic. Very well done!
The Whistlers are all thinking, "where's spring? Frank, did you do something to screw up spring?"
Wow! That looks a little mystical! I think we've had one night of light snow in February this year.
The Gadwall must have been shivering in the snow. Sure looking forward to warmer days for the Gadwall and Whistlers.
I bet all the ducks were thinking, what is this stuff and where did it come from.. so unepected
I love that first snow shot!
A Texas winter! Poor ducks must be confused.
What a beautiful wintery wonderland!
WOW!! It does look SO cold!! Not the usual for Texas -- well, at least when I lived there! Always love the Whistlers!
Snowy ducks, excellent.
It looks so cold!!Poor lovely Gadwall with snow accumulating on its back and head.These Whistlers at pondside looks lovely too.
I really love both scenes. The heavy snow is pretty impressive, and the whistler line is so cute!
The amount of snow falling is incredible...for Texas.
are you sure you live in texas??!! and again, why were you not excited?????
Nice thick snow falling. It's so pretty and love those Whistler's! Enjoy your weekend.
looks very cold there! I love that first photo, poor wee gadwall!
Poor cold ducks....I love the row of Whistler ducks.We finally have a few Canada Geese back and they will get covered in snow too.
Amazing photos, love the duck in the snow. xo
This snow is soooo impressive!In France , when it's very cold , we say "it's a duck's cold" . Here , we see why !
magnifique mm si quel temps ! ;o)
That's some heavy snow!
Incredible it's almost as if he rather enjoyed it all!
Magical!ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^=
No snow here. I wish we had some. It's gonna be 80F here today.
Yes, there really are not afraid of the snow !! Great photos !!
Do you think they enjoy snow the way a dog does? Great photos!
you really got a lot of snow! great pics!
That's a pretty snow!Ha, yes, teaching class all day today and forgot all about linking up with you! Thanks for the reminder.
I hope it warms up soon for you and your feathered friends.
Brrr.....is right. Do you usually get much snow in your parts of the woods?MB
Awww! Well, ducks have incredible insulation.
Reflections, true "Monet" like in their shades. Love the last one. And why stand out in that snow, maybe they enjoy the flakes on feathers.
Fantastic snovy scene... I can totally feel the chill...
Whistlers do't like winter. I am sure
Hello Tex!Wow!!So much snow in Texas!!Fantastic shots!Poor Whistlers!!Look strange in the snowfall!Dimi...
Looking at the photos makes me feel so cold! I know the ducks are lucky enough to not feel the cold like we do.
To me they don't look pathetic or uncomfortable.
Nicely you to there snowing ...
It makes me cold just to look at them!
While it may not bother them like it does us, it makes me cold just to think about it!
I bet those ducks were thinking...what the heck I came south to get out of the snow!! Happy Weekend!!
Wonderful shots, T! :)xoxo
That is a lot of snow!
Texas the new Alaska. giggle giggleAmazing how ducks can handle the cold when us humans need to be inside a house. By the way Great Shots!
Everyone is ready for winter to end.Linda ★★http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
That picture makes me feel cold even though its warm here today.
with us here in Germany now comes the spring, 15 ° C and beautiful sun ..Here freezes no duck:-)regards Frank
T, Wow, that's great! I've never seen a bird covered in snow like that! Funny how the Whistlers stood in the water, so they didn't have to stand in the snow!
Uhh ... that was a really serious snowfall. Hope spring will come soon here and there :)Have a great weekendGreetings from rainy Budapest
Poor little snow-covered duck. Love the shot of the whistlers lined up in the water, keeping their feet warm.
Wonderful to see...I have never considered Texas and snow before.I love this planet.
Wow! Thought you had moved back to Wisconsin for a sec. LOL. I bet those ducks were saying, "What the heck is this stuff!"
Looks like we may have to move south to see snow this year?? Keeps going around us, at this rate drought will be next! You know all about that!!
Oh my, that is real bad weather ! Poor ducks !
Awesome! Not what you typically see from Texas! Manual focus helps with those pesky snowflakes. ;-)
You've had lots of fun with your snow. I expect a fox and Goose circle pretty soon!
I love falling snow! Funny that the Gadwall didn't shake the snow off...Must be insulating!
Oh how funny- the whistlers look like they are playing follow the leader..which I guess they are! You had some heavy snow! I'm very glad it's gone now, and it looks like the rain may be heading out too. I'd just like to see blue skies and sunshine again.
Great shots of our rare winter. We can look back on these when it's 105 degrees. LOLHave a great weekend,hugs, CM
I need to learn from those ducks not to complain about the snow.
Cool shots. Those whistlers are looking at you like "Let us in lady!"
That is just wrong for Texas isn't it? I hope it's warmed up by now. Birds are all lucky you were there to feed them.
I feel just a wee bit for ya. But in the northeast we had one of the worst winters. Nice pic of the duck with snow on the back.
Oh wow...love those snowy shots!
Love the Whistlers, reflections. Looks like too much snow.
I cannot imagine it snowing so hard there!!!
Dearest Theresa,Oh poor Gadwall on the pond... Let's hope they did not really suffer from the cold. The Whistlers sure want to hang around; regardless the bad weather.Hugs and happy weekend!Mariette
It's just crazy that you even got snow in Texas when we hardly got any all winter in Fargo. Isn't it beautiful! :)
Love that first picture! So far this winter we've only had 1/4 inch of snow where I live on the West Coast of Canada and you're getting dumped on in Texas... Talk about a mixed up Winter!
Poor ducks. It is like the Canada Geese up here.
I really like the pictures with all of the snow. I remember going out when I got my first camera just to get pictures of the snow falling.
Seems like they are making a stand. Rain or snow, we wont let the weather deter us :)
wow...the shot with the snow gathering on the duck's back is cool!! i guess it just goes to prove that...'like water off a duck's back' does not hold true for snow!!the shots of the whistlers all lined up by the shore is so cute!! i think they look a little confused, or maybe just wishing for warmer weather?!!have a nice weekend!
Poor ducks !! They look beautiful in the snow. But for them it is not good weather !Greetings
Oh my gosh, you guys really got it didn't you? The poor birds. (Or fowl life..I should say!) Did it melt quickly?
Love the whistlers in the snow.. aww heck I just love the whistlers!
Brrrr...put their coats on, T! ;)
Wow! Look at that snow! Great capture! Boy that water sure looks cold, but they sure seem to be enjoying themselves! :-)
Looks very cold!!!
Dearest Theresa; OMG, poor Gadwall!!! What happened to the 'Global Warming', although it must be true(^^;)Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Somehow I missed this post. I especially love that last shot.
Oh Dear !!!! That is really a heavy snowfall. Yet I had there really like to stand briefly;-)
Such beautiful pics...and such a difference from our weather here in Texas.
Those pink beaks look great in the snow! I just love them.
That looked like some heavy snowfall. Cool shot of the Whistlers.
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