Olivia White, from Montevideo, said this snowflake posed perfectly for her.
Grace Olson, of Glenwood, was walking out to milk the goats, with Bryan Holtkamp, when Bryan noticed these handsome colors on the horizon bringing the light of a new day.
Bear, the kitty, who would rather be somewhere warm, took a ride on Hannah’s shoulder. Sent in by her grandma, Carol Erickson, of Foley.
Snow softly fell on this pair of cardinals. Photo by Dale Dietel, of Chaska.
John Pfeiffer, of New Ulm, was at his dad’s house in Andover when he found this orange kitten in the rain gutter.
Jean Brulla, of Richmond, wonders how long this snowman will last. Might be a while, she hinted that it was made of bales.
While walking north of Chokio last fall, Maria Marty looked to the east and captured a beautiful view of this cloud.
Mariah Dectin, of Gibbon, said her newphews built this cute snowman right in her front yard.
A little winter angle dust on these berries, sent in by Carol Mills, of Crosby.
Gail Kloos, of Donnelly, spotted this squirrel trying to be a bird.
Renee Kreemer sent a picture from Long Prairie of her little friend who frequently pesters for food.
Shirley O’Keefe, of Morris, saying prayers with, then 2 1/2-year-old Courtney Vogel, at the watermelon cabin on Ottertail Lake.
Fall at the City Square Park gazebo, shared by Marlene Paal, of Chaska.
Karen Blom got this picture of a cardinal at her feeder, in Alexandria, munching a sunflower seed.
Dacia Doroff, of Glenwood, got this vibrant sunrise photo on a Saturday morning that was -11ºF without wind. Dacia heard nothing but the sound of her own breath, the crunch of the snow against her shoes as she walked, a pheasant calling and the birds chirping.
It has been cold enough for Alexis Meyer, of New London, to watch bubbles freeze this winter.
Four squirrels holding onto their nuts. Fox squirrel, red squirrel and two forms of gray squirrels. Sent in by Al Batt, of Heartland.
Randy Witt, of Henning, recently sent in this frosty fence photo.
Courtney Freihammer, of Rice, spotted the sun shining through the woods, in Opole, when her daughter, Willow, walked ahead.
The fog created a milky landscape for Jone Anderson, of Morris.
Terri Sanoski lives near Cushing, but this picture shows why she goes to Mesa for a few months in the winter, the sky is on fire with color.