Shrub, whose name escapes me, sitting pretty in the snow in a pedestrian plaza. The red seedpods are especially attractive against the green leaves and white fence and snow.
Giddyup! Small horse sculpture in town, seems ready to enjoy himself in the newly fallen snow.
Almost eerie, this new bridal shop in town, Everthine Bridal Boutique, located in an early colonial-era house, has ethereal dress forms and vintage light fixtures, in each of its two front windows.
One of the nicer restaurants in town, the Allegre Cafe. On a normal Saturday there wouldn't be any empty parking spaces. Filled with nice cars, too, lol.
I was the first Pink Gardens' resident to trudge to town yesterday. Looking backwards towards home!
One of Madison's historic homes, now used as offices, looks like it could be a Currier & Ives print.
Ice cream cone sculpture, in front of Ashley's Ice Cream shop, looks right at home in the snow.
A beautiful example of a colonial-era saltbox, the Phineas Meigs house, sits waiting for its next tenant. It was formerly a tea shop and small restaurant.
There's a green light at the far end of Wall Street but no one around to care. A rarity!
Another one of Madison's sculptures, a lover's embrace, standing in front of a 12-foot high pile of snow. We only had 5-6 inches total snowfall, but this is in the grocery store's parking lot, so that's an accumulation from the entire lot.
A whimsical painting on the side of the Wall Street Gallery, a framing shop in town. That's the owner's portrait, long blond ponytail and all. Hard to see, but the Mona Lisa is peering out from behind the second floor air conditioning unit, lol. Hope that ladder doesn't slip in the icy snow!