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I wish you all a wonderful weekend, my friends!
I took this photo on a snow shoe hike at Sudelfeld, an area that belongs to the Bavarian Alps. The light was just great at this afternoon...there is nothing better than combining two passions - hiking and photography...
Ich habe das Bild während einer Schneeschuhwanderung im Sudelfeld, in den Bayerischen Alpen, geschossen. Das Licht war großartig an diesem Nachmittag...es gibt doch nichts Schöneres als zwei Leidenschaften miteinander zu verbinden - Wandern und Fotografieren...
If you see me standing there
Pure white snow flakes in my hair
I may ask for one embrace
And a kiss without a trace
School's out today, kids are sledding and parents are walking the dogs. And for this former Californian, a snow day is a day in heaven.
This is my front garden after receiving 50 Centimeters of snow in two days!!! After a few mild days, about a foot of the snow has melted in this shot, it was originally to the bottom of the light after the snowstorm! Running out of space to put the white stuff, this is one side of my lane way!!! Can't wait for Spring!
After 60 plus days with no measurable precipitation, today's snow is a much needed and welcome sight!
Not sure why I chose b/w for this - there is little difference than from the colorized version. More shoveling of snow tomorrow when it's done...
This storm that was suppose to miss us is hitting us pretty good right now!
in this strange winter the snow is humid and easily sticks on trees.
Serrasecca, Mount Simbruini Group.
It was windy and snowy morning on the Štrbské Mountain-Lake in High Tatras, Slovakia.
My previous upload from this place taken after the weather cleared up:
Bandit and Trinity were wresting in the snow but stopped long enough to snap this.
It was snowing very heavily and I ended up with moisture in my camera and it stopped working. Fortunately I got it dry and working again before my other two shoots the same day.
Almost a rare occurrence in Victoria BC Canada which has the mildest climate in Canada. This is the first serious snow we have had in nearly three years, the good thing is it doesn't last long, the temperatures for the rest of the week will be above freezing so it will melt quickly and if it rains it will disappear even quicker.
it is snowing this morning and out to take photo at the Gentleshaw Common
It was a rough commute to work this morning, extremely heavy snow right during the rush hour...
Warm sunshine on Thursday, snow started to melt. But then I saw these footprints??
Had to pack up quickly afterwards - this came unexpectedly.
A fresh layer of snow creates great conditions for a snowshoer in the Albion Hills conservation area in Ontario, Canada. Postprocessed in Lightroom.
Hoping for more of this with the snow predicted this week! This shot is from December, on Marlborough Street in the Back Bay. Is it still a #strideby if I asked Bea to walk across the street for me after I took her portrait? I think I’m going to try carrying around a red umbrella on snow days to use as a prop. Shot with Sony a6000 and 35mm lens.
Love watching the snow blowing on the mountians