We finally had two back to back snow storms.
The first storm started one afternoon while I was walking.
Clouds obscured the mountain as tiny ice pellets fell.
By dawn of the next day, we had 13" (33cm).
The second storm gave us about 6" (15cm).
Sunlight created a rosy glow on virgin snow.
It finally looks like winter again, though our snowpack remains below normal.
High winds over several days knocked the snow from branches.
Gusts blew some beautiful sunset clouds over the mountain.
Winter's changing landscape is my Good Thing today.
Thank you for visiting.