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Our final snow level was a pile up of 32 inches. We were snowed in for 7 full days, and I’ve never been so glad to hear the grating sound of machinery as when the plow showed up to free us … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about snow is the way it defines and transforms the various types of trees. Set of six.
In honor of St. Valentine’s Day I thought I’d post a pair of sets of six. One is from recent walks with my husband and the other is a set of his takes on the recent snow. Featuring the other half … Continue reading
I chose the photos for today’s post a couple days ago. Since then it’s snowed considerably more, and in fact it’s snowed for over 3 more hours since the photos in this post were taken. But here’s a fresh update … Continue reading
There’s actually been more snow since this first morning of photographs, and I’ve truly understood why the expression ‘blanket of snow’ was coined. But even in the first wave, the patterns and depth of the snowfall are intriguing. Set of six.
The snow and grey skies take the world down to subtle colors and the little bits of brightness stand out in full beauty. Set of six. I caught the full twiggy plant this time and the berries contrasted with white.