Thursday, October 25, 2012
With the frost yesterday, everything was muted a bit and the colors were softer. The fog made the landscape seem very isolated and lonely, but in a good way. I love that the tracks of the machinery that cut the hay are still visible and the tips of the stubble are frosted white. It seems so forgotten after a busy summer of harvesting. That's what winter does, it hides everything that is so bright and full of vitality in the summer. Of course I forgot my tripod at home, so this was taken with the camera on the bumper of my car with the timer set. Yep, nothing by skill here.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The first full day of snow cover was here today, and I decided to step outside and see what kind of scenery it brought with it. The frost hung out all day, making the trees and grass white. I got several good shots of the "frozen" fall willows, and even a few of a moose in the white grass, munching on the willows. I will post those photos soon. These little bird tracks were on my patio this morning. I've always loved how delicate the bird prints look in the snow. I think these were magpie tracks. They like to sneak around early in the morning.