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Ha,ha... magpies do seem to march. I saw two today, but they were up in a tree.I think snow acts as a protective covering for plants - last year, my flowers were better than ever, even after all the snow we had.
I have heard snow called poor man's fertilizer here in Maine. And, it sure does green up the grass.
Magpies on snow - striking image. I went for a walk in the Pentlands yesterday and there were lots of crows over over head. The black wings and tree branches were in dramatic contrast with the whited out hills. I felt like I was in a horror film.
I heard my Magpies today but haven't seen them..did see a hawk though! Nice image you made
I love the picture of the magpie walking across the snowy lawn.Stay warm and enjoy your weekHugsCarolyn
Nice poem. Makes me think of the warm weather.
Yep - our grass grows greener, faster, thicker, and sooner when we have a snowy winter. Ours, currently well covered, will be ready for the first cutting in about 6 weeks! Wish I had sharpened the blades of the mower in the fall =:<(
Our grass is under almost 6 inches of snow right now. As lovely as the snow is, I'd rather have the nice, green grass. And temperatures in the 70's.
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