I went out just before dark tonight and got a few low light pictures that seem kind of "grainy" now that I look at them. I was struck by the light snow and the effect it had on things such as the patio furniture and the beach. Just different, that thin coat of snow.
I'm also throwing a couple more of Jackson from last week when he was in his "teddy" pajamas. His expressions fascinate me!
Sunday, February 24, 2013
So, even though I had spent a couple of days putting new parts on my trusty old truck (front brake backing plates, new muffler and tailpipe and brake lines) I had this huge inventory of photos from the past week with Jackson and family here in Sullivan. I thought I would go through them and choose a few that I liked to post. I already had posted some the other day, but I found a couple that ended up on FaceBook as Jen wanted me to post one and I needed to update my cover photo with the other one.
Here they are:
Here they are:
Friday, February 22, 2013
A lot going on with Jackson and company back in Portland, waiting for snow tomorrow night, thank goodness the wind finally died out & working on the truck is totally frustrating... Here are the photos.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Seems like there is quite a "blizzard" out there, but there is so much blowing that it is hard to tell how much snow is really on the ground. Using a flash and a relatively short shutter speed, I was able to capture a few of the flakes as they fell this afternoon.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Our grandson Jackson and his parents are visiting for a few days, and it has been so exciting to have him around, he changes so much every day. I've taken so many pictures of him it's almost harder to find circumstance that works well, but here are a few from today.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Sunday, February 10, 2013
So the snow amounted to about six inches here,,which was a lot less than other places nearby, so I guess there is no room for complaints. The drifts were very interesting from a sculptural point of view, and they seemed to be solid visual interpretations of the wind patterns. Very impressive.