Not what we expect in the Languedoc Posted on Wednesday 16 January 2013 by chaiselongue1 Village roofs this afternoon. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Same here in Stuttgart.
But you expect this in Stuttgart!
Wow – just cold in London 😉
Wow! How rare and beautiful, but no doubt also treacherous if you have to drive. Please be very careful. I hope you can just stay at home till it melts! Not strange in Stuttgart, but very strange in Languedoc. Funny, it snowed in April, 1978 when I was living in Cordes. People were quite shocked! Beautiful photograph.
You’re right, the roads will be treacherous. They’re not salted or gritted here because this happens to rarely. But don’t worry, I’m not going out of the village for the next day or so.
Same here in Roquebrun! Gorgeous — I didn’t need to go any farther than my woodpile, so I can appreciate the beauty.
I thought you must have snow there too!
Well, same here in Geneva…
This is unbelievable! Here, in Chicago, we’ve had only a trace and are breaking records for the lack of snow. We’re prepared for snow, though. I hope you and your neighbors are, too.
We’re not really prepared – the roads aren’t treated – but at least we know it won’t last long.
Brrr, that looks cold, but beautiful. Stay warm and safe.
🙂 ! Well, how strong are my lungs if you want to get rid of the stuff!! About 43 C on my thermometer in the shade at the moment and still going up! Am willing to blow NW as hard as I can 🙂 ! Actually that roof picture SO does remind me of my childhood!! Wasn’t that bad, was it??
It is beautiful here we are sweltering in extremely hot weather 35-40 degrees with no chance of a drop of rain – my poor garden has been burnt by the sun.
I’ve just been out taking photos of our snowy landscape to send to my daughter in Mexico. I’m also trying to take a photo of the dozens of starlings who are descending on our little olive tree to eat the olives we left behind, but they are very flighty and it is difficult to get a good photo.
There’s a first for everything! Snow just doesn’t look right on those roofs:)
Unexpected snow can be beautiful as long as it doesn’t last long. It a problem when you get more than a dusting since your area isn’t prepared for it. We have had snow on the ground all month here in New England but everyone is equipped for it.
We had a small sprinkling yesterday and expect more tomorrow! Diane