It wasn't the very first snowfall of the season, but I wonder if it might be the first of the snow that will stay all winter, for we are forecasted to get a a pretty fair dose later today. Whatever the case, it was the wet kind that sticks, so with phones in hand, we popped just outside the door to do what we do — take pictures.
I began in the front yard. I know what I was trying to do in this photo by Sue, but I didn't like the result, so you won't see it here. I do, however, like her capture of moi, and it shows our little tree well.
We headed across the street to the very decorated yard that I have shown previously from my window. When one has a busy scene to contend with, it may be best just to concentrate of parts of it. I decided that the letterbox in the first photo and the fake street lamp in the second picture would do well enough.
Back across the street at ours, I captured these little twiggy remembrances of summer.
Then I took a few photos of the baskets that you might recall that Shauna decorated for us. Once again, I focused on bits of the scene.
I did a wee bit of snow-pushing from the walk. It was unnecessary to get out the electric shovel for this amount. In fact, I am not sure that I will need it at all, and it might very well be more trouble than it's worth. Time will tell.