If you found time to visit yesterday, you know that I am posting an image a day this week, all of which showcase the beauty that was the Blizzard of 2016. Visit #Jonas to see yesterday’s image. I’d love to see your winter photos as well, so please feel free to leave a link to your snow images.
I am not immune to the fact that those without power / heat, and others stranded on highways, spent time suffering. Most of us though, had an opportunity for time with family, books and games, exercise (ie shoveling), cooking, and were mostly just inconvenienced.
Great photo…but you are not on your bike in the snow right??? My husband and I, in our motorcycle days were once caught in unexpected snow..a scary experience! xo Johanna
Oh no, definitely not. That must have been a scary experience! Being on the bike in snow would require incredibly caution, skill, and drivers of cars to be paying attention. Yikes!
That’s a neat shot–the bike looks longingly at the open spaces . . .
Thanks! If I can’t ride it, I’ll photograph it! 🙂
What a great shot Laurie. I can almost hear your bike sighing❄️
Yes, me too!
Great picture of the bike in the snow. I love the shed in yesterday’s photo too. Thaks so much for sharing!
Angie, I am always grateful when my non-blogging friends visit AND comment. Thanks!! See you soon 🙂
That looks like a lot of snow Laurie. I’m glad you are safe and warm and getting some good muscles building exercise too 🙂
Oh my gosh, Pauline, my snow shoveling muscles are STILL letting me know they got a work out … 3 days later!
Oh wow, Laurie, you got buried!!! Love this shot!! ❤
We did! But not as much as my sister, who lives outside DC … we got a foot. She got three!! Hope you are well, Amy!
I am, Laurie! Thank you!! 🙂 ❤
Beautiful photo, Laurie. The biker chick!
Thank you, my friend. If I can’t ride it , I’ll photograph it!
Great image Laurie 🙂
Thanks for commenting, Joe. I know you’ve seen several of these images on FB. You’re a real friend for commenting here, too.
Awesome photo… I like the color!
Thanks, Heather. It was tricky shooting, for sure. Not much light, and really cold with snow blowing back at me as I took the shot.
Sometimes what we see as not ideal can work to our benefit as in this photo!!!
Yep, I shoveled a bit today as well… Nice sepia tone there. Keep the bike in for a while!
I’ve been thinking of you, and other friends in the DC area. Hopefully you are getting some of the warmer temps to help melt some of the snow.
Yup. It seems to be shrinking a bit.
Love, love, love! I may have a winter photo of my own on Wednesday. Come visit me 🙂
Yay!! I look forward to visiting!
Gorgeous! And I love your attitude. I think it’s beautiful.
Thanks, Alys. I’m sure there are many who are annoyed by my attitude 🙂 I just keep thinking … it’s just a few days! It’ll be gone soon!
Snow and black ice add an extra dimension to the riding experience. I have tried it many times and feel that it is not a nice dimension 😀
oh my, it is not a dimension that I want to try! Yikes! I’d be down in minutes, I am quite sure!
I have had more crashes in rain than on snow, maybe I am more cautious in snow.. But if you can avoid it, then it is a good thing.
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Great photo in black and white. Makes it so powerful. It looks longing. Probably like you. Soon the snow will be just a memory and your muscles will stop hurting.
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Really love this photo!
This one is gorgeous. I agree with what others have said; that it somehow seems like we are viewing the snow from the bike’s perspective, rather than looking at the bike.