Animals / Birds / Bosque / Clouds / Cookies / Cottonwoods / cranes / Moon / Rio Grande / Sandhill Cranes / Sandias / Snow / Sunrise / Sunset / Trees Snowy Morning February 24, 2022 Timothy Price54 Comments Skunk tracks Rabbit tracks The snow was mostly gone by late afternoon. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
54 thoughts on “Snowy Morning”
We live in such different worlds! Love your snowy pictures, Tim!
We get wimpy snow compared to you. Thanks, Dale.
You get picture-perfect pretend snow 😉
Pretend snow is nice. Real snow shuts everything down around here. Some schools took the day off because of an inch of snow. We are really wimpy around here.
I would not mind some pretend snow, quite frankly! LOLOL! That kills me! 😂🤣
Laurie defended the school district’s decision to close because school buses have to navigate unmaintained dirt roads, arroyos and hills in areas that got up to 4 inches of snow.
When an area is not used to snow, it is better to err on the side of caution.
Years ago, driving down to Florida in a snowstorm, a guy from NJ said oh! I’m following that guy, he’s from Quebec, he knows snow! LOL…
It is better to be cautious. People go nuts out here. Especially on the roads.
I believe it.
Blue and White
Simply majestic in their contrast
Beautiful winter photography.
Thanks, abvr. Blue morning for sure.
You are welcome Timothy.
Leaves one breathless
So does breathing 10ºF (-12.2ºC) air.
Sorry my dear
Gorgeous photos, Tim, I can feel the cold.
It was 10º F when I was out this morning. Thanks, Jeff.
Phew. Reminds me of living in Flagstaff. It’s been pretty cold for this part of the country, yet not quite that cold. Welcome, Tim.
You have such a creative eye! Gorgeous!
Thanks, Meredith. How are you all doing?
The snow is beautiful, Timothy.
Even the snow complies to the beauty conspiracy… just enough to get the perfect pictures!!!! I love the tracks and I’m amazed how you recognize who made them!
The rabbit tracks are the easy to identify. Laurie thought the skunk tracks looked like kitty tracks from the window, but upon a closer look and following them to the culvert, I knew it was the skunk. Thanks, Marina.
A wonder world!!!!
As always fabulous photographs – thank you and have a lovely weekend. 🙂
Thanks, Janet. You too.
Lovely picts Timothy. Been abuy morning here so great to look at them and see how tranquil they are x
Oh these images are absolutely stunning Tim.
Love those pics, especially the heart branches reaching up to embrace the sky and moon.
Thanks, Lori. The Tangle Heart Tree is magic.
thanks for the beauty Tim in starting my day! Gorgeous! 💖
You are welcome, Cindy. Thanks for dropping by.
Always a bright part of my day! 💖💖
Beautiful photos! We got a few snow flurries here, but nothing stuck. Very cold, though!
Those are breathtaking snowy scenes, Tim. It’s been cold here, too. We got a little snow yesterday morning, but it didn’t stick. It was 20 degrees at dawn today.
Thanks, Lavinia it was 12 this morning.
Oh Tim, you are a wonder with a camera. You open the doors to reflection. And this is the thought that came to me from Lewis Carroll, Through a Looking-Glass – “I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, “Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”
Thanks for the wonderful comment and Lewis Carroll quote. This snow certainly fits Carroll’s description as it was light and airy, gently hugging and kissing all it covered.
Not so bad. We have plenty of rabbit tracks too.
It was a nice dusting. Thanks, David.
These are beautiful photos, Tim, I suppose getting up early and freezing does have its rewards!
It does. Thanks, Tiffany.
Beautiful pictures…loved the tracks and the moon!
Wow, I am a sucker for a good snow picture – is that really skunk tracks? – luckily we do not have a lot of those in our parts (somehow the coyotes are able to evade their sprays and take them out – thinking clothespins on their noses). Really like the fog coming off the water.
We have a lot less skunks than before the owls moved in. GHOs are one of the few active predators of skunks. We don’t have as many raccoons these days, either. The pair of skunks we have left are in skunk mating season. When they get to mating they get all excited and let loose the old stinkeroos. “¡Fuchi capesta! My eyes are burning!” Other than that, they are good wild neighbors and help keep the grubs and other bad insects in check.
Gone by the afternoon? Wow!
Stole 2 pics, the Tangle-Heart and my tree by Gi’s.
Thanks Resa. Enjoy the tree.
The trees are beyond enjoyable to me. Thank you!
I’m happy you can enjoy them.