Thursday, January 13, 2011

Wanderings in the Aftermath

We woke up to four more inches of snow yesterday morning, but I had too many tiring things to do in the morning to feel much like going on a photo safari yesterday afternoon. So I went out today, catching images here and there while enjoying the new layer of snow.

The Shelf Fungus gets a snowcap; Dykeman Walking Trail.

Mallards on the Duck Pond

Red plays hide-and-seek in a tree; Duck Ponds

The farm in snow; Possum Hollow Rd.

© 2011 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. I bet you were glad to get the snow. Your photos are gorgeous. I find it challenging to capture cardinals in the snow. It's so hard to have the red come back just right. You did a great job. The farm shot is beautiful (and what a great name for a road--I love it!)

  2. Beautiful shots--that looks like such a civilized amount of snow compared to what we're getting (today included) out here in the west!

  3. Each one more than gorgeous. Oh, that Cardinal. Yum.

  4. Great shots for us it is unusual to see open water and snow! I am noticing you have a new look! Wow maybe I think a younger look? How are you liking it?

    Hope things are going well!

  5. quack, quack....gorgeous day over there in possum hollow!