Having the opportunity to take a walk in this,
is worth having the “opportunity” to do this once the storm has passed and the snow has begun to melt.
By the time these images post, the snow will be gone and the East Coast will have moved on to the next big story. Thanks for checking in this week. Hope you’ve enjoyed my #JonasBlizzard2016 images. And remember! I’d love to see yours, so please share a link!
Why the VT cup? Much hydration is needed when shoveling a long, steep driveway, and I just liked the way the cup looked in the snow.
Sunday dawned bright, with that crystal clear blue sky that often follows a storm. The temperature hovered around 20, but the sun made it seem much warmer.
My Weber Grill, forgotten and uncovered, became a work of art. Or so it seemed to me.
It’s been fun sharing a few photos at a time, and I very much appreciate you stopping by to take a look. To see other images from the Blizzard of 2016, please visit #Jonas, Snowbound Bike Chick, The Lull, or Keep The Feeder Full.
During much of the storm, I was inside working on Nurse Practitioner Continuing Education Units. I’d dash out to take a photo, and come right back in to work. Very early on Saturday morning (2:30am), I was outside shooting and was intrigued by the sight of this chair.
You just never know what will catch the eye of a photographer.
On Friday, there was a lull in the storm; a few hours when the snow stopped falling. I was dismayed!
Yes! I love the adventure that comes with snow. There is excitement in the air. A change of pace.
As David Dudley of The New York Times said, snow “briefly hides everything – the plastic grocery bags and mini-marts and dog poop and salt grimed Toyotas and sundry disorder of modernity. Watching the quotidian American crudscape transform into a fairy-tale kingdom is a legitimate wonder. Name another disaster that leaves an afflicted region more attractive in it’s wake”. It’s a great opinion piece; you should read it!
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.