The day it snowed the temperature rose up to 35 degrees F. after the snow stopped and the sun came out … and then the temperature dropped to 13 degrees by next morning. That change created a lot of icicles. Did you ever look closely at icicles? They have some complex features and gather and filter light in ways you might not have noticed. Look closely by clicking on the picture a few times.
If you click on the following you will see a 4 ½ minute video of the snowfall at Homewood and how they clear our driveways. It is a YouTube video. I have no control over what they advertise after my video.
I am putting up some more of my snow pictures for my friend Charley who lives in sunny southern California and doesn’t get to experience it. I am sure that he misses it.
It isn’t as deep as it looks in the picture of the grounds crew getting the snow blowers out. They were down a slight grade from me.
It was early and dark and raining this morning when I took this picture. You can see a little light reflecting on the side of the house from the porch light with the water running down the house. I just liked the simplicity of the image and I needed a picture that expressed the state of the weather. It was 53 degrees F. when I took it and by noon it had dropped down to 43 degrees F.
It looks like we will be having colder and wetter weather for a while so I probably will use this time for testing and planning for some other things I have in mind.