I didn’t know when I took this picture of the donkeys and sheep in the pole barn that there was a drop of snow on the lens of my camera. But I actually love what it did to the photograph. The “smudge” disrupts the photo making it somehow mysterious, as does how the photo goes in and out of focus.
6 thoughts on “March Snow”
Great photo, Maria. I hope you don’t get too much snow.
We got a few flakes of snow here today and some rain, but the big thing is the very fierce winds since about 2 o’clock, still howling out there now. Our windchill is going to be 3 degrees Fahrenheit overnight and halfway through Saturday. I guess Winter has not quite finished with us yet. In past years we’ve had freak snow storms well into April. I’ll never forget April 5 and 6, 1979! Sometimes you just remember exactly where you were during some of these storms.
We have it much easier here Fran, the snow is almost gone it’s and supposed to be in the 50’s today. I hope spring comes your way soon.
I have it on good authority that you may be able to see the Northern Lights tonight and/or tomorrow if it is clear.
Well, I’ll look tonight Fran. Thanks
Your photography has progressed to a very high degree!! I love your sense of composition, as every photo tells a story. And I can hardly wait for the podcast! Your new spring hat is very stylish, but those earrings are FABULOUS!!!!
Thanks Susie and I’m looking forward to do the podcast too. I’m going to write about it today. I’m also looking forward to the warmer weather when the stew hat the Jon got me will help keep the bug away.