Monday’s sunrise was pretty, well, pretty.
And today, after a misty morning, there was some hoarfrostFine, rime ice. on the branches.
I went for a walk at lunch hour today, and I took my camera along. There was a bit of frost still on the trees, and the sky was blue.
It was a little chilly at lunchtime, but at least I saw some wintry rainbows.
I got a few photos before the breeze blew all the frost off the branches and the grasses.
Snow in April is the norm in Manitoba. So it goes.
The robins didn’t seem terribly impressed, and I sympathize.
OK, so maybe I had to call a tow truck this morning to get our car started, and maybe the car’s in the shop right now getting its battery replaced.
But doesn’t beauty like this make up for it all?
Not really, if I’m honest. Bring on summer.
Some aurora tonight. To the naked eye it was a misty cloud, a little bit green.
It was ‑35°C, so I only stayed for about 15 minutes. Even so my fingers went numb and even now, as I type this half an hour after getting home, my legs are still chilly.
It snowed pretty good for a couple hours this afternoon. I snapped this from the upstairs bedroom.
A stack of 8 photos, each 50mm, f/1.8, 1/800 sec, ISO 100. Processed in GIMP.
Fog in the morning and then clouds in the afternoon. It was grey, but picturesque all the same.
Well. That took a bit of a turn. Last week I went for a November bike ride. Today…