Yesterday we had a little bit of what I consider the perfect snow...it was so wonderful to watch while it fell, it collected on the branches and a little bit on everything else, it didn't screw up the roads (at least as far as I know) and it was gone as quickly as it came...no yucky grey piles in parking lots and on the sides of the road! I had to work last night, so I couldn't play around outside with my camera, but driving home I decided I'd set my alarm and wake up before the sun so I could catch the frosted branches and all before it melted. So glad I got out of bed this morning...what a beautiful sight to see, white-everything and then pink then golden when the sun rose. I walked around my yard a little, then loaded the pup into the car and drove over to a nearby lake, thinking it might be pretty...it was. Gorgeous.
By noon, the trees and ground were bare again and now we're back to the drab colors of this warm winter.
I shot 1/4 of a new roll of black and white film in my TLR this morning, too...will be developing that and eventually posting the results!
*title is the name of a song by the Vaccines that I particularly enjoy