It’s amazing how transient things are, how quickly the seasons change. We went up north last weekend as part of our continued “working on the cabin” saga. And yes, that’s why things have been a little quiet around here on the blog. Real life obligations always come first — in this case, it was an amalgam of things for clients as well as the addition we are adding to the cabin.
Anyways, last weekend we were expecting cold weather, but certainly not snow. We unpacked the truck in between snow flurries and frozen rain showers. And in the morning, we woke up to a winter wonderland. Well, snow wasn’t completely covering the ground, but there was certainly enough for the boys to stomp about, shovel off the deck, and make snowballs.
Here’s a view off the back deck of the cabin, at sunrise.
Yes, it was still snowing that morning. The grayish white specks all over these images (faintly resembling sensor dust) are really large snowflakes coming down. Zack was enthralled and wanted nothing but to be carried outside so he could try to grab snowflakes. Toby tried his hand at catching snowflakes on his tongue, before moving onto bigger ventures — shoveling the deck.
There’s something to be said for the warmth of the early morning sun coming up over a snowy scene. These pictures simply don’t do it justice.
The air was a bit hazy with all that moisture as the sun came up, giving off an ethereal glow…
And here’s the best “it’s snowing” picture I took before heading back inside to make breakfast. So many snowflakes in the air. It was gorgeous. Cold. But gorgeous.
Thanks for letting me share. I’ll be working more blog posts back into the schedule this fall and winter, so don’t be surprised to see things get “back to normal” around here. As always, I’d love to chat with you about planning a portrait session… so get in touch!