Friday, December 10, 2010

Winter Wonderland















10 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

I imagine some folks in Buffalo are feeling like these images are true today.

The Golden Eagle said...

That's a lot of snow all right.

Angie said...

Cool pictures. I wish it would snow!

David J. West said...

I'll bet they are Charles. We've got nothing in Utah at the moment.

Sure is Golden Eagle.

Angie-it'll come soon enough.

Dan said...

If only snow could come without the shoveling...

David J. West said...

Very true Dan. I get very liberal with salting the walk too, just to cut down on a hair more shoveling.

Ann Best said...

These are amazing photographs! They definitely remind me that I would rather now live in SNOW!!
Ann Best, Long Journey Home

Debra Erfert said...

In this age of digital imaging, I can't tell what pics are real and what are computer generated,(enhanced). Oh, how I hope the photo of the ice hand is real. It's macabre-ly beautiful.

David J. West said...

Really Ann? Ok if you would.

Debra-I agree, its too hard to tell anymore. Though I have seen REAL pics of Donner Pass in the Sierra's with snow that deep.

Debra Erfert said...

Deep snow I believe. We drove through Yellowstone in July and came out the northwest side near Billings, Montana, and freaked out with how deep the snow was piled up on the sides of the road in the middle of summer. At least 10 feet high, according to my husband. I can't even imagine what it might look like during the winter after a good storm. It was the icy configurations that I think are improbable, but not necessarily impossible.