Night Lights and Snow Scenes
It's not often that we get a decent snow here in this part of North Carolina, and this year, we 'almost' had a white Christmas... except that the snow started a half a day late, when it began falling in the early morning hours of December 26th. For this area, it was a really good snowfall, officially measuring 10" when all was said and done. Of course, it's a snow like that that you really hate to walk in, because you leave footprints in the pristine palette of whiteness. That had to be done, though, to get the pictures... and a week later, when melted, there were no footprints.
Daytime was just as pretty, only brighter
The 3" branch above eventually broke off the tree, just barely brushing the front of my car.
The photo below is one of our favorites from this storm... a puff of wind stirring the pine boughs 60 feet up, causing a cascade of powdered snowdust to gently drift down in the appearance of a crystallized waterfall in slow motion.
So, now, we're a couple weeks into the New Year already!! We hope your holidays were full of all the good things you wished for, and our wish for you this year is for good things to continue come your way. Thanks for stopping by!
Peace and Love,
Tom and Lynne