This was on my Christmas greetings for 1973 or 1974, I think. There wasn’t much snow left after a melt, but there was just enough to make this sweetie. I’d forgotten about the image until I received a large package from Paris of correspondence with my late friend Ralph. The Christmas greetings photo was in the package, and I decided to share it with you!
It’s been several decades now, but I remember my little snowgirl would have fit in my hand. Her “hair” was American elm leaves, if that helps give you her scale.
Andy’s taking a day off while I figure out why I all of a sudden have to kiss the devil’s butt (so to speak) to get photos to go from my smartphone to my laptop without a huge hassle. I managed to get these two photos over to my laptop through a circuitous route I still don’t understand. Ugh! Technology is great when it serves but tragic when it mocks humanity!
I like the “snowgirl” . .
About technologies they always are changing . What was simple becomes complex !!
Yes, that is very true.
That is sweet.
I was pleased to find it since I’m pretty sure I lost the negative.
A snow girl! How cute!
A snow girl? This is the first one I’ve seen. A beauty…..now to find a small snow boy.
He would look forever since snow girl was made in 1973 or 1974….
I’ve never seen a snowgirl before! That is a great photo, Doug! Good luck with the technology issues. Smartphones sometimes outsmart us.
It was one of those moments of inspiration, I guess1
A cute little snow girl, Doug. If I were closer to you, I’d stop by to see if I can help.
Idle hands sometimes do useful things.