Well, it's been a grey dreary, at times a little drizzly day here, just a little below freezing, but I did find some photos of shadows in the sun to share from the past 2 or 3 weeks.
Even on a day when we get no fresh snow there can be drifting across the roads if there's a wind. I liked the swirls I caught in the snow here one day when I was out photographing barns and fences.
These are very minor drifts, but if they get larger they can grab your wheels and make for some tricky driving. Here they just create a few nice shadows.
One of the main snowmobile trails through our area where it comes closest to our house, the shadows pronounced in the late afternoon sun. Snowmobilers are very well organized around here, with many miles of approved trails, and they stick to those trails because of the permit system they have. I don't snowmobile, but I like the fact that it gets others outdoors on days like this one was.
And I always find the tree shadows straight across the roads make an interesting pattern. Much of our landscape is open farm fields, but there are plenty of places where a patch of woodland borders the road.
And on a day like today it does remind me that we do sometimes get sunny winter days!