Our last snowfall was two weeks ago. A wet, heavy, very photogenic snowfall that melted within a few hours. Preserved only in photos and, most wonderfully, in my memory.
A recent snowfall started out with small flakes. After a time these large flakes began falling, which gave me a very Christmas-y feeling.
This looks grainy, or out of focus. The focus is on the snowflakes in the foreground; a snow shower was ongoing and caught against a bright background.
On April 15, snowflakes (called Christmas flakes because they were large and invoked a bit of cheer) nearly obscured the neighbours’ large pine tree.
I had overlooked this photo of snow perched on a narrow maple twig.
Although the snow is long gone, the memory remains of coming across these spoor recently left by a fox remains.
Snow streaks the air in front of a field lined with trees.
A forlorn sunflower stalk, its flower heads long since picked bare by goldfinches, endures a late winter snowfall.
A twig of our Silver Maple acquired a topping of heavy, wet snow during a recent snowfall.
Looking up gives one a different perspective on a heavy snowfall.