Eric, I was wondering if we would get some pictures of your trek through the snow. Good job, as usual.
Thanks, Alice. I did take a lot of more traditional snow-covered landscape photos, but I figured that most people wouldn't be interested in a 1" snowfall. That's a big deal for us, but not for everyone else.
Your pictures mean more to me since I was there in October and can place where you are. I still am so happy we stopped for the visit!
The palm tree photo is fascinating. Startling. I love it!
Alice, we're also happy that you stopped by. It was a good visit!
Donna, I'm impressed that you singled that one out. It seemed like an ideal scene to stress the contrast, and that's the look I was going for. I just didn't know if anyone else would see it the same way.
Eighteen years ago this comming January, we relocated to Montana from Midland. I distinctly remember that early morning cab ride to the airport -- wasn't sure we would make it -- must have been 4 to 6 inches of snow overnight, the roads were a mess. Ironically, there was no snow on the ground in MT when we arrived. Enjoy your great weather -- supposed to be 20 below tonight ambient with 33 below windchill -- tomorrow night about the same -- should warm up a bit next week.
Has it been 18 years? Wow; time sure does fly by. Montana must suit you, though, because you're still there! ;-)
We're 50 degrees warmer than you guys...nope, not complaining at all.
Yeah, it's been 18 yrs -- time does fly. Thoroughly enjoyed every minute (well almost - company related political stuff excluded) we lived in Midland. Montana is great, snow removal is getting to be a drag though.
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