Believe me! It wasn't the excitement of the first snowfall that got me out of bed at 4:30 after less than five hours sleep; that's just the way my life goes.
And I certainly didn't go out to take photos at 4:30, but I did eventually go out to take some photos. I went downtown (not far) to try and get some pics of reflections on the wet pavement. They weren't much to shout and holler about, but a few were okay. Different anyway.
I snapped a few right from the municipal parking lot near townhall.
This is the back of the Moore House: the original log home. It was located elsewhere in the town but moved here a number of years ago. Townhall looms in the background.
Still in the parking lot. looking toward townhall. That's the former Paterson Funeral Home and Furniture store on the left. Presently, it is a beauty parlour and apartments.
From the street, I took this shot of the Moore House from the front. As you can see from the signage, it now serves several functions.
The photos of reflections that I had most wanted to take were just okay. Here is one.
Finally, here is a shot of the Halloween themed display in The Granary window.
The walking was a little slippery, so I turned back sooner than I had planned, but it was fun to get out and do a different kind of shooting than my normal.
As for the snow, it will be gone tomorrow when the temperatures will climb to 14°C/57°F. But there will be more in due course.