I wanted to capture snow blowing off the trees,
and spent a lot of time trying to dry my lens as a result!
But, I'm pretty happy with this one.
Today I start a series of images from a snowy walk through the woods on January 9th. Flagstaff had gotten nearly three feet of snow the previous week, and then the sun shone gloriously on Saturday morning. There is as an extensive trail system around and through Flagstaff, and I'm blessed to live about 20 paces from the Sinclair Wash section of it. My walk takes me through the forest, along a small wash that is the tributary to the Rio de Flag, next to the cattails of the Rio Marsh area, and the water management pond. (I apologize that many of you may have already seen some of these on Facebook...)
Frank and will be staying Saturday, March 19 through
Monday the 21st in Stafford... we may go to the steam train thingy at
Severn Valley Railway Saturday afternoon, if anyone else is interested -
but we're not sure we'll get there in time....
We're hoping to see several of you Sunday at
Shugborough Estate, noon on Sunday. If anyone would like to join us
for dinner Sunday night - we'd welcome the company!
Thank you, Chris & Bill for organizing!
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