Not heavy, maybe three to five inches, enough to be beautiful and calling to me. I first noticed it when I saw that my little red house was covered with snow as was its backyard.
My next view was of my new bird feeder. Signs of some early morning customers other than the tin cardinal.
I had been thinking about the snowfall during the wakeup process, realizing that I’d have to get out there and see what the world looked like with soft, white, rounded corners. Bundled and hooded against the wind chill I headed out onto the campus.
Scenes along the way were beautiful, calling to be captured.
The courtyards here are attractive to begin with. I knew the snow would add another dimension to them. Here’s an example:
Also on my must-list this morning was the nearby iconic Kirby’s Mill on the southwest branch of Rancocas Creek. The first structure here dates from 1778 and there have been additions over the years. Its location on the creek with the nearby spillway, its architectural character, and its barn-red paint bring photographers like moths to a flame. The snow just had to enhance it. Here’s the postcard shot.
And across the road:
Back home, enjoying the views from the garden room and a second cup of coffee I was reminded how wonderful my flowering houseplants are, particularly on a day like today:
A gallery of more images from this morning’s snowwalk can be seen by clicking here.