Various weatherfolks have forecast a significant storm overnight and tomorrow:
It looks like we’ll get about a foot of snow, driven by high winds overnight and tomorrow. It will be exciting to try to capture some of the sights with the camera.
Boxing Day arrived with a misty sky as the moon set in the west. Here is a photo of the setting moon through two dead elms beside my driveway:
( Do you see the error I made in this image?)
Yes, I focused on the moon. I should’ve focused on the branches, as the moon was obstructed by the mist anyway! I did rectify the situation a minute later, but by then the cloud had obstructed the moon! Gotta pay attention when doing this sort of thing!
We went for a short drive up the highway to capture the rising sun on a frosty day:
Then back into Britt to see the Inlet:
St Amants dock posts …
Nice cottage in the sunlight, with Mrs. and Mr. Mallard inspecting the scene.
A Touch of Frost on the cedars …
Yes, Jack Frost has been by …
Yesterday we went out on the Jamot Lumber Road after a light snowfall …
Can anyone explain this? The ice is about an inch thick and the circle about 6′ in diameter:
I’ve got flashlights ready and the generator checked in case we need them tonight. December is going out with a bit of a bang!