Sunday, December 14, 2008


Snow is a big deal in the temperate Pacific Northwest west of the Cascade Range. So we get excited, stressed and whatever else when we're visited by a significant snowfall.

The above picture was taken on the Xerox campus around 3:30 pm today. The picture below of Indy was taken at the beginning of our walk.

Note the absence of falling snow. Within 5-10 minutes we went from gentle, occasional snowflake to sideways snow flurry.

This is my favorite photo of the day taken right after the shot of Indy:


1 comment:

allhorsestuff said...

Beautiful my dear!!
I knew you'd have some nice shots of the Winter Wonderland too!
Love your cutie doggie!