Garden globe was perfectly covered in the light first snow this morning. I think it looks even more like Earth now, with those scattered clouds everywhere.
Nothing fluttering by June's Butterfly bush today! Leaves hold up perfectly for a while even in this cold. They're a great sage color now.
Barely noticeable, but the brief snow shower was more intense in a few minutes. Then it stopped. Now it's frigid!
The velvety leaves of the Foxgloves provide a perfectly non-skid surface to hold the wet snow.
Even the grass is able to turn a morning's snow into a clusters of pearls.
The watering "can" won't be seeing any duty until next spring.
My little laurel bush, named Charlie Brown (as in his Christmas tree, lol), has leaves which serve nicely as platters for the light, fresh snow.
The Chipmunk's eye view of a bed of downed oak leaves. They all look like Sugar-Frosted Flakes!