It snowed here last night and we have quite the arctic blast going on now. Winter is being extremely rude to poor autumn by completely shoving ahead of autumn in the line. We are neither pleased nor amused by your actions, winter!
The snow outside (along with seeing a few reports on Facebook) has me thinking back to when we were in the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado this past August. Back when at the time I thought it was so interesting to be bundled up from the cold at this part of the park – elevation over 11,000 feet above sea level. The temperature when I took this photo while cold was still warmer than it is outside now. Ah nature….
The road that goes through the park – Trail Ridge Road – is now closed for the season because of the snow and won’t open again until around April or May of next year. I bet this view is gorgeous covered in snow.
Sony A7R3 – 16-35mm @28mm – F13 – 1/125 – ProMaster polarizer filter
That is gorgeous!
That it is and thanks. Snow belongs there and not in my driveway 😉
It was gorgeous the day you were there. Great shot. I saw a few flakes of snow today too. Brrrr.
Thanks 🙂 Not ready for the cold yet!
You should visit Trail Ridge Road in June when the road has snow on the sides towering above the cars!
How about we say we did and don’t!!!