20171209-12 More videos, winter conditions

We  made more videos of nature’s fury and her elegance.   Here is an example of her fury:

 

And the still:

Here is a still where you might imagine the video …

This one illustrates the perils of making videos with a cell phone in the car:

Although I will continue to “film” more videos I won’t be posting them here until I get some software to process them.   You might imagine what some of the following stills would look like in motion.

Here are some slide marks and footprints left by a river otter as seen from Hwy 529:

Reed waving in the breeze in light snow …

Delicate filigree of ice on Wright’s rock …

Jack Frost sculpturing the shoreline of Byng Inlet …

Ditch flowing near Bayfield Inlet …

Same ditch as above.   It is always interesting to photograph as the water level changes a lot from week to week.

Classic fallen fence post and page wire on Old Still River Road…

Further along Still River Road…

Rock accumulating snow on Community Road, Britt…

Ah!  Some sun poking through the drab snowclouds…

Back to snowy weather on Hwy 529 ..

This is the same Purple Pitcher Plant seed pod that I have been photographing since last summer.   Soon it will  disappear under the snow…

Isn’t it amazing to enjoy all of the above on our Pale Blue Dot!

 

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