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A Winter's Night in Holliston

by Paul Saulnier
February 19, 2014

February 18, 2014. We have had enough snow for this winter. But take a few minutes to admire Nature's way of enhancing the beauty of Holliston.

For more pictures of Holliston please watch the three minute slide show above.

 

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Comments (15)

A truly lovely way to enjoy the snow. For all the winter travails we have had this year, it is still beautiful to see.

- Yvonne Giargiari | 2/22/14 5:23 AM

Beautifully done, capturing what appeared to me, the warmth inside the snow covered homes. It warmed the cockles of my heart. Thank-you, Paul.

- Martha | 2/20/14 7:57 AM

Very nice Paul. Almost makes it worth putting up with the shoveling.

- Steve Bradford | 2/20/14 6:11 AM

VERY beautiful! Thank you, Paul.

- Jean | 2/19/14 10:02 PM

Thank you! There is a special magic on a snowy night and you captured it.

- Denise Earl | 2/19/14 8:18 PM

Lovely. Thanks.

- Laura | 2/19/14 7:20 PM

Really lovely, Paul! Thank you!

- Jackie Heger | 2/19/14 7:00 PM

Thank you for such a beautiful video. It helped to make this long winter peaceful and beautiful again!

- Lt.Irr | 2/19/14 6:44 PM

Really great photos and song. Thank you for sharing!

- Mary | 2/19/14 6:23 PM

Thanks for the comments. Gordon Lightfoot is singing "Song for a Winter Night"

- Paul | 2/19/14 1:49 PM

and by the way ...who was singing that song and what was the name. lovely

- Love this winter! | 2/19/14 1:09 PM

thank you for such a beautiful collage of pictures. .If people would only embrace the season , there is so much beauty and wonderfulness! Happy Winter, and even more a Happy Spring. thanks for such a uplifting blog

- Love this winter! | 2/19/14 1:05 PM

Nice article! I do wish however that the news media, not faulting HR here, would stop perpetuating that winter is so horrible. I mean, it happens every year.

- Andrew Mades | 2/19/14 12:56 PM

Beautiful - it is really a lovely town!! Thanks, Paul.

- Kathie Patterson | 2/19/14 11:19 AM

Nice.

- Dave Bastille | 2/19/14 10:55 AM

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