Tuesday, January 13, 2009

After the Storm - Holga

Light dry snow fell during our latest storm. A delightful kind of snow in many ways. It's light weight so easy to shovel or sweep aside with a broom. The roads are almost snow free the next day after the snow plows have gone by. Light dry snow means colder temperatures but the trade off for less snow covered roads is okay with me.



Water hasn't yet frozen in our local steam surrounded by lots of white snow.



It's fun to watch how the snow and ice form on the steam.



Light dry snow on the bridge that crosses our local steam.

2 comments:

YTSL said...

Wow... these pictures really show how gray it all looks during winter in Vermont!

sbk said...

ytsl,

Yes it can be very gray on cloudy days and very very bright on cloudless days when the sun reflects off the white snow.