For the second snowfall of the season, which happened over the last two days, we got around 4″. (And you can click here for the first snow, short-lived.) We’re expected to get more precipitation tomorrow, with temperatures in the 20s and 30s.
This time, on Saturday, I could somehow tell the clouds in the sky were snow clouds.
This photo makes the accumulation look worse than it was. It was fluffy, that I could “plow” much of it with the shovel— just push it forward. My left knee is strained not from shoveling, but from walking on the ice.
The difference a day makes.
Thursday was just frosty.
Sunday… left everything with a thick layer of white.
It wasn’t too thick. …In Maine, that is. States south of New York got, what— over 10″? Texas got snow.
Now that’s a photo!
But enough of the snow.
There are other reflections of the season.
I’d recently discovered that the built-in Camera app does, in fact, have an adjustable exposure setting.
Which allows me to advance my photography skills with the iPhone camera a bit.
Unfortunately, I don’t often have great subjects.
Sometimes, it’s like a different world, come nightfall.
‘Tis the season for lights, already… up in the park, in the trees, and elsewhere.
Well, that’s it for now. I’ve been sleeping at night for a change… and I am tired. I’m bound to have new photos in the future, of course, dear reader. So… Until next time.