I got up early to make sure I got some good photographs of the snow. By the time I walked outside the flakes were huge and beautiful. It’s a good thing I got out when I did, because they stayed that way for about ten minutes and then turned to the tiniest unphotographable (new word!) flakes you’d ever want to barely see.
It also stopped before the roads and sidewalks could be covered, which is great news if you are driving or if you are a normal person using the sidewalks. Being a weirdo with a camera, the coverage would have been appreciated. Are we going to get a big one this year? Hasn’t it been a couple of years since we got the sleds out for the kids?
Later in the day enough snow was left on the ground, trees and bushes, that I was able to get a few more. I was pretty pleased with the panorama of the rail yard. And I was startled to realized I’d photographed a cardinal. That’s supposed to mean a visitation from someone who has passed, I believe, so I’ll take that. Can you find him?
So, enjoy our little snow a little more today with my little pictures. Use one for your new desktop picture. Share your favorite with a friend. Start looking for the big one on the ten-day forecast. We’ll get back to regular programming tomorrow. Stay warm, y’all.