After the Jan 10-11 Cold Snap we enjoyed a couple of days of snow, resulting from an invasion of wet air from the Gulf and some wet air from evaporation off of Lake Huron/Georgian Bay.
Starting to insulate the upper surface of Byng Inlet ice, making future snowmobilers unhappy:
The spruce trees, including this one at Reynold’s Rock are loading up:
The distant shores of Big Lake are obscured:
The tamarack/(dead) black spruce swamps are filling with snow.
This photograph is worth clicking on … to see the snowflakes against the sky, against the leafless trees and against the foreground snowbank:
Still River Road:
Still River Road, again, looking across the CPR tracks to see the wind-driven snow.
Across the road from my place. Delicate, even when snowing hard.
A hundred feet further on:
Returning, following my tracks back out:
The next day, an opportunity to enjoy the snow sculptures in the neighbourhood:
Winter scenes are always changing, providing great opportunities for photographers.
“Breathtaking Winter Wonderland pix” – clicking on your suggested pix was SO worth it – and those road views. Thank you very much for ALL these special, and exceptional, views !!!