.....but not all in one day!
(The following photos were shot over the last few winters.)
I was trying to remember back to when I truly learned to embrace snow.
I checked through my albums to see if there was any one or set of photos that stood out causing me to have a light-bulb moment and say "that's it that's when I became hooked!" I was looking for a snowshoeing shot of me in the center of an alpine meadow or on a mountain top, or a view of a snow covered lake or white peaks. While I have many, many photos of exactly those scenarios, not even one was successful in switching that light on for me. Don't get me wrong, there is no denying I absolutely love being in those places and seeing such scenes.
The realization that I did come to while going through my photos, was that I sure do like the outcome of when I play with snow and of when it plays with me. Some of these snow shots are a few years old and were not at the forefront of the adventure from when they were snapped, but now they have been drawing me in and I have been eyeing them closer and for longer.
#1 snow drift on Nose Hill
#2 my hand prints
#3 swirling over Bull Creek Hills
#4 my shadow on an Elephant Rock
#5 snow peaks
#6 snow angel on Sulphur Mountain
#7 meringue-like snow covering Belmore Brown
#8 big cat prints maybe???
#9 etching on Moose Mountain
#10 meadow on Cox Hill
I'm not just a fair-weather adventurer!
I embrace snow whether it is on the ground or in the air!
What is with you Mother Nature?
First it was clouds, then trees, now snow!