February 9, 2010

Pine Boughs Loaded with Snow

Trees and Great North Mountain in February

I filtered this image in Photoshop in order to outline the snow-laden trees.

I don't recall any winter in Virginia that was so snowy. With the heavy coats of two snow storms already covering the ground about 2 feet deep, another shipment of white flakes has arrived and will continue unloading on us through tomorrow. Enough already!


  1. Where's Al Gore when you need him?

  2. Hey Linda! Thanks for checking out my Blog! Looks like you have tons of snow!! Wow!

    I am from upstate NY, and I kind of miss it a bit...but much rather have the weather we have in Hilton Head!


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