With temperatures dropping down to -26(f) the past few days, I’ve been easing my cabin fever by looking at photos I took when the weather was just a bit warmer. I captured this scene while hiking in Northern Wisconsin last September.
Second major winter storm we’ve had in five days. I give this most recent snowstorm a rating of 2.3/2. That’s two-point-three hours of manual labor and two ibuprofen.
One of my favorite sights of winter are the deep contrasting shadows bare trees make on fresh snow.
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A decent snow storm and bitter cold temperatures have brought winter back to southern Wisconsin — as it should be.
It’s been grey and brown for so much of the winter so far, that scenes like this are starting to look interesting to me.
That beautiful snow we got last week is all but a melted memory. Makes me wonder if we’ll reach snowshoeing levels of snow this winter in Madison? Sadly, we didn’t last year.