From my den, the snow is really high in our yard – more than 6' and maybe even more than 7' at its very deepest spot. Unfortunately, we lose some of the sense of depth in the 2D photo of what I see from my window.
Also from my den: early one morning, I took a different through-the-window photo. The picture is a combination of inside and outside although the inside came out as dominant.
The round object in the foreground is Lacey's cat tree platform, and Lacey can be see a bit to the right of it.
All of these were phone shots: lazy, I know.
And from those outside photos you can see that the houses across the street have good insultation, no roof melt to indicate heat escape (col). Including myself, last Saturday I never saw so many neighbours out taking photos of the snow.
You have more snow than we do this year it appears. However, there is always time for us to catch up.
I love out the window pictures that include some indoors, in art as well as photos. That second one is great.
There's a pile of snow out on Wellington Street that I photographed some days ago, taller than me.
That's so funny...each yard completely covered in deep snow, then the pavements all nice and dry. Well, funny if you really scratch your head right, while tilting it to the left a bit. Sort of.
Our snow level right now is best measured in millimeters and zero would be the most accurate number. This is the worst part in my opinion after the snow melts and before the grass and vegetations starts greening up.
Those big piles of snow look weird with the rest of the area cleared out. Is that why they're so tall? Dumb question from someone who isn't used to lots of snow. (or plowing)
Our Ottawa family is having trouble figuring out where to put the new snow!
I don't know about that! I looks pretty darned deep to me!
I don't envy you all that snow. We've got all the snow we want up in the mountains, but down here it's sunny and almost warm. :-)
Interesting shapes and shadows.
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