The wind died down a bit this afternoon, and the sun threatened to come out. I figured it was my window of opportunity. Of course I wasn't fast enough with the camera, or else it didn't catch it, but the sun on the blowing snow crystals made rainbow shimmers through the Tyndall Effect of sun rays. You'll have to imagine it.
So, what did I do? Can you tell? Hint- lower center
How do you spell snowshoe-er? Well, I was one. I'm horribly out of shape. I did about half of my big loop. That was plenty.
I never get tired of the shape of the sumac trees in the winter. They always offer interesting shapes to tease the eye. Do you like them against the dark pines?
Or against the white sky?
As I approached the house there was a huge patch of blue sky, with mare's tails, a sign of change.
Change we got, but maybe not better. Soon after I came in, the wind started howling again. The driveway was OK when I was snowshoeing, and I hope it's not terrible in the morning. I have to go to work.
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