Tag Archives: Snow Scenes
Dustings of snow, like powdered sugar, made winter just a bit more lovely this year. Advertisements
Just when you thought you were safe. March arrives with a roar. (Hope you didn’t pack away those winter pajamas.)
This Dodge two-and-a-half ton, retired U.S. army truck has seen better times. As bullet-shattered windows can testify, its glory days are over.
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg The clouds moved in quickly and covered the sky before there was much time to get to an elevated vantage point. Here on the windy hilltop, what remained was the fleeting glow along the treeline as the … Continue reading
Copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I found something delicate and quaint in the way the snow put white hats on this family of gravestones and made lacework of the branches in the old church cemetery. The pale light and monochrome subject matter … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg The bitter cold abated just enough today to suggest the thaw that surely is approaching. Here on an inactive farm, in the respite from single-digit and below-zero temperatures, the snow-covered roof and the tiny shed struck me … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I have been looking at the cast shadows of trees on the snow lately. My friend, who was driving, helped me get this image by pulling over on the curving country road. Thank you Marc.
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg As I was trudging boots deep in the snow on uncleared sidewalks, this runner on the road caught me off guard. I tried to reset my shutter speed and pan to capture her in … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg Few cars were traveling on Main Street in Woodbury on this snowy Saturday morning. But the traffic lights were functioning as usual, and rightly so. Caution was certainly advisable.
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg The cawing of crows added ominous import to the message posted on a nearby tree: No Trespassing. Despite the bitter cold, a dusting of snow made me pause outside the stone wall to photograph the crooked branches.