Monday, February 13, 2012



  1. Stunning! I know this is the east coast, but it's very reminiscent of my many years in Alberta winters. Well done!

  2. You've got a good eye for woods. These pictures were taken in Saskatchewan.

    I haven't been treated to a forest scene like this on the east coast to this point. The wind most often blows the snow off the branches.

    The snow pictured here came after everything had been coated with hoarfrost. It was light and fluffy and, with no wind, it really stuck. It was absolutely spectacular.

  3. What made me think east coast? Yes, the prairie winters, although very cold, produce some wonderful visuals in nature. Snow and hoar frost make for stunning visuals.