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 Replies to “Snow-covered Fondren, Jackson, Mississippi, Looking Extra Funky”

    1. 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. 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.

    1. 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.

    1. We were fine, thanks, although people who wanted to fly that day suffered delays. The snow vanished almost as quickly as it arrived and the roads stayed clear.

    1. 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.

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