Tuesday, February 1, 2011

1800/1900 - So far I'm unimpressed.

Okay, I took the 18:00 shots and then took a break to make dinner.  I went out and took the 19:00 shots and discovered... not much had changed.  So I'm going to toss these up and then wait until 22:00 to take some more.  It's getting crazy cold and it's hard to shoot at night and I'm not seeing the kind of change I was hoping for.  So...


Still about 4 inches on the ground. 
The bushes seem to be picking up a good dose of the white stuff.
Car is still visible.  (Wow, what a different look when you don't use the flash.)
Met a guy walking his puppy.  No, seriously, Bernese Mountain Dog puppy.  Five months old and *loving* the snow.  He wanted to eat ALL of it.  But he was so clearly made for this weather, he was having a blast and was totally affectionate.
So far we can still see the fireplug.

I did find this kind of interesting: More than 4 inches on the SIDE of the gauge.  Less than 4 in front of it.
My cool shot for this batch.  The way the wind is blowing is creating interesting shapes and 'shadows' in the snow.

Seriously, not much has changed...

 Snow is now exactly 4 inches.

And I discover that my car is pretty clean from *most* angles.  Clearly the wind is playing a huge part in where accumulation occurs.

More at 10:00 p.m.  I'm kind of hoping to be awake at 11:00 to do a 12 hour before and after, but I'm not counting on it. 

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