What is that?
Could it be?
Is it really?
Yes. Yes! Yes, it is!
It was so very nice to see some sun today!
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There has been no shortage of snow this year. But during the wee hours of the morning I saw some of the largest snowflakes I ever recall seeing. Of course they had to be clumps of snowflakes. But they were big. Some of them were approx. 3 to 4 inches across. They looked really pretty falling. The ground was warm, so they were melting pretty fast. It took awhile before it really started to stick on the ground. It wasn’t easy to photograph. I tried some with flash on, with the flash off, with the porch light on, with it off, etc. They just don’t look very big in these pictures, but I assure you they were huge.
Like I said, not great quality photos. But it was very fun to watch falling.
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Today, January 13th, 2010 was the first day this calendar year that it was above freezing here.
The temperature might have sneaked above the freezing line, but there were still icicles everywhere.
But with the sun finally shining bright, I took the opportunity to photograph some of them in the light.
These cast creepy looking shadows on the house.
I loved how blue the sky was today:
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There hasn’t been much to photograph nearby lately, and I haven’t felt up to going out looking. So… call this a weather photo. 😉
This is two of our dogs, out for a potty break, enjoying the snow.
This is Luna’s first winter, and she LOVES snow.
She runs and dives and tunnels and licks and eats snow and dives again.
She even makes her own bizzare version of doggie snow angels.
This is not Sniffer’s first winter. She’s the dog on the right looking at Luna like she’s crazy. 🙂
(Sorry about the screen door frame in the shot, I was shooting from inside.)
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