The morning started out with an almost cloudless blue sky, and the sun rose to shed it's brilliant light across the white world outside. I hurried outside to snap a few shots before the clouds blew back in.
The sunrise was promising, but not much to see with no clouds - just a refreshing difference from the past two days!
Soon the sun was up and pouring across the yard, catching the snow laden trees across the road.
Stepping outside the birch tree was outlined against a blue sky for a change!
I'm always impressed with how the snow accumulates on the spruce and pine trees.
And that view out back that some of you may start to recognize, with the big elm tree across the road. The snow in the foreground is 2 feet deep on the level, and the lumps on the left are where the big snowblower piled some of it.
Headed the other direction down to the garden, I liked how the light was shining in on my favourite summer lunch and reading spot under the big old apple tree.
As always, Roxie was enjoying the snow, but we didn't go far, slogging through the snow up over my knees.
And for interest, compare this shot to the same shot I posted on Tuesday, the boxwood hedge in front now completely buried in snow. How do you refer readers to a particular photo in an earlier post anyway? Is that possible?