Another April snowstorm in Colorado. Although I worry about my nipped fruit trees, the snowy landscape provides a dramatic canvas for photographs.
I donned a hat and a jacket assuming it would be bitter cold. The mile-high April sunshine had already started to melt the snow. I shrugged off my coat and took a walk.
The tulips are resilient to the spring snowstorm unlike the daffodils buried deep beneath the heavy blanket.
Usually the pond is frozen when we get a storm.
This photo captured the falling snow and the reflective pond.
Soon it will melt and the skies will clear. In the meanwhile, take a walk with me by clicking on the video below.
Are you ready for spring? What’s the weather like in your part of the world?