Fun with Snow
Of course, kids know what snow is for.
A couple houses down from the snowman, someone had made a snow igloo about six feet high.
The birds in my back yard made tracks in almost symmetrical geometric patterns. Hmm...what are they trying to tell us?
I bought these boots in late 2007 in a impulsive visit to Yoder hardware in the Amish town of Yoder, near Hutchinson. The climate has made sure I've gotten a lot of use out of them.
The snow arch I shot Friday has turned into an ice cave. If I'd have had a few Star Wars snow trooper figures handy for the photo, this would have been a cave in the ice planet of Hoth.
The snowman I'd shot earlier in the day had apparently met a nice snowgirl and spawned. These must be their offspring. Better hope for some global cooling, kiddos.
As the sun set, I wished I'd found a good wide area of snow with some interesting trees and...oh, maybe some tombstones. The skittering of the sunset across a subtly textured snowscape is not to be missed. What with excavating my car and gathering stuff for the rescheduled Soroptimist Women's Show I'm helping at Sunday, I let the sunset slip my mind and had to settle for the closest decent scene I could find in ye ole neighborhood.
Temperatures Sunday are supposed to be well above freezing, but I'm hoping for more fun with snow.