Snow-covered Fondren, Jackson, Mississippi, Looking Extra Funky

Pink birdhouse with a covering of snow

Suzie Cranston’s birdhouse garden looks magical in the snow

An outdoor dining area in the snow

Not the day to dine outside at Walker’s Drive-in

Logs burning in a fire pit in a snowy landscape

Burning logs in the fire pit makes the garden feel cosy, despite the snow

Crape myrtle tree branches, shown against a house

Colourful Autumn crape myrtle leaves are extra lovely, draped in snow

A horse trough with plants, covered in snow, with art glass

Art glass by Andrew Young decorates a veggie garden in a horse trough planter

Three bottle trees covered in snow

Tall, cedar snag bottle tree with smaller companions under snow blankets

Ginkgo tree with golden leaves in a snowy garden

Ginkgo tree with its golden leaves still climbing on, despite the snow

32 thoughts on “Snow-covered Fondren, Jackson, Mississippi, Looking Extra Funky

    • susurrus says:

      Suzie has a wonderful birdhouse collection. I’ve been gathering pictures of it for a post, but couldn’t resist sharing this pink one – it looked so cute with a snow-covered roof.

  1. Eliza Waters says:

    This storm has got to have broken a record for the most states blanketed with the same snowstorm. It really travelled. Your photos are amazing, considering you don’t normally get any snow at all.

    • susurrus says:

      I was really surprised to be able to photograph a ginkgo tree at the golden leaf stage in the snow. Those leaves seem to fall at the drop of a hat.

    • susurrus says:

      Thanks for leaving such a kind comment. The whole day reminded me of my childhood – rolling up giant snowballs with my sister and just feeling joyful.

  2. Oddment says:

    What glory! I especially love that tidy, cozy-looking white house as seen through the snow-drooped crape myrtle — with white picket fence, no less! You certainly made snow the medium; these are wonderful images.

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