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Big Snow, High And Low. January 13, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Got a whopper over the past two days, with snow totals ranging widely, but generally being impressive.

Down in the valleys we got walloped; here the Cold River barely makes it up for air beneath a weighty blanket:

…while up higher, this wind-swept meadow in Windsor sleeps tight beneath changing skies:

If you’ve been here since the beginning, you’ve doubtless seen variants ad nauseam of this scene, as it’s one of my favorites and draws me back through the seasons.  Pardon my repetitions, but it’s just what I do in my quest to get it right.

At any rate, it was a pretty substantial snowfall, and I’m diggin’ it.

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1. susan - January 16, 2011

I always enjoy seeing this view. No wonder you keep going back there.

2. kkryno - January 17, 2011

The same location has a different view each time. The only constant is its beauty!

3. littlebangtheory - January 17, 2011

Thanks, Ladies.

Both of those spots are convenient/frequently passed spots; luckily for me, they’re both photogenic and constantly changing!


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