One Nice Snowy Day in January 2005
We may get an "accumulating" snow this weekend, and perhaps another one next week, but so far, we haven't had any more than an occasional dusting of snow since Halloween's surprise storm. I'm fine with that! It makes walking to town so much easier and safer! I thought I would post these 7 year old photos of a "real" winter, and I just hope I'm not inviting trouble, lol. Above, a rickety old shed is kept company by equally rickety old wooden chairs.
Interesting textures caught as soon as the snow fell in the woods.
This old shed remembered better days. Bowed, but not completely broken.
Undisturbed by squirrels or hawks. Yet.
Rough bark catches the snow in a leopard skin-like pattern.
Drooping under the weight of newly fallen, and wet, snow, these evergreen boughs bend but don't break.
Glass windows long gone, snow falls inside as well as outside the shed.
I found cool old bottles, a few ceramic dishes, amazingly intact, and some usable vintage wooden boards in this shed. The structure was taken down just a short time later.
The quiet and solitude of freshly fallen snow. Soon, the "wildlife" and the sun would have these limbs cleaned off.