We got a call late last night that today the kids would be out of school for a snow day, so my dad swung by this morning, we piled up the kids and took off for a little expedition.
I like this one because it looks so quiet.
I would have taken more pictures like this, but it was actually snowing pretty hard while I was wandering the forest. I didn't want to keep cleaning off my lens.
This picture reminds me of our yearly ski trips when I was younger. I started skiing when I was five, and haven't been since high school. When the kids get older, I'd love to do a yearly Colorado ski trip. (Oh, and I wasn't have white balance issues here; I was feeling vintage-y today. :-) I was just messing around with some different processing).
I love this single tree all alone.
The picture below looks similar to the 4th one I posted, but it is a different shot. I processed this one differently; doesn't it look cold? (Surprisingly, it wasn't that bad out).
Dizzying, aren't they?
OK, no laughing and pointing. :-) This is why I don't tinker with textures. I love when everyone else does them, but I don't think they're my personal style. I wish they were, but it doesn't seem to be happening. Oh well! I'll just enjoy yours.
So there you go! Finally...some snow pictures.
I also want to thank everyone that commented on my Party of Three post yesterday! What sweet comments; and I was so happy to hear that several of you were inspired to do this with your own children. I think that's wonderful. I'm really excited about this project.
Your comments are such a blessing and encouragement to me! Thank you again and have a wonderful week! ♥