1 A view from Skylands terrace, looking towards the ocean
2 Remember my blog about the Skylands laundry room? This is the view outside the laundry room windows.
3 The trees were burdened with a heavy winter coat.
4 The terrace at Skylands - how beautiful!
5 This photo was taken through a leaded glass window pane in the dining room.
6 Everything looks so soft and pure.
7 The snowy terrace with a glimpse of the ocean beyond
8 Seal Harbor below looks very different in summer when it's filled with boats.
9 It seemed as thought every little twig was coated with snow.
10 Another view of the harbor
11 You wouldn't know it, but this is my circular driveway in front of Skylands.
12 The following morning, the trees were still iced with snow.
13 Looking at the tree trunks, you can tell which direction the snow was driven.
14 This impressive coating of snow was soon gone when the rain started to fall.
15 The following photos were taken earlier in the winter. This is a lovely reflection at Little Harbor Brook.
16 The sunsets at Skylands are magnificent!
17 Cotton candy clouds
18 A snow-edged jigsaw puzzle out on the terrace.
19 And what can this be?
20 Jack Frost on the leaded glass in the parlor!
21 Looking through the kitchen windows - what a great reflection on the dining room storm windows!
22 A winter sunset in Northeast Harbor - no two are alike.
23 The sunrise on the Cooksey - what an amazing way to start the day!
24 Beginning this way, you just know the day has to go right.
25 Another beautiful sunset at Skylands.
26 Cheryl says that this is her first sunset and raging surf shots taken on the Ocean Drive.
27 It was simply breathtaking!
28 This was a sunset to remember. If you look closely, you can see a couple of really brave people standing next to the trees in the top right.
29 Cheryl was sorry to see the light fade, as it was a stunning sight!