Outside my kitchen window the snow started out gently Sunday April 12 , 2020.
Later in the day I went for a walk to the Washburn Fair Oaks Park. The wind and snow felt exhilarating. Weather can really affect my mood.
Here’s my walk. There were few people out and the snow was undisturbed, but there were a few tracks…
Heading to the park I snapped a pic of the rabbit tracks on the sidewalk outside of my neighbors house. This is an old neighborhood with a few turn of the 19th century houses still in tact. They are architectural gems. As I reached the corner Brownstone building on the top of the block, the wind whirled harder. I pulled the hood of my jacket up over my hat and wrapped my scarf tighter.
My approach to the park looked like this. Off in the distance was a lone person with their dog playing ball. The wind was from the north. With my back to the wind the views were less fuzzy. The views shooting in the cross wind using a zoom lens plus the snow gave the world in the park an otherworldly glow. My camera was getting wet as the snow became heavier.
My fear for my camera made me leave the park. The heavy snow was getting on the camera’s zoom lens. There was no choice but to stop and put my camera away. I needed to keep it warm. Leaving the park to check how the flowers were doing that I had posted yesterday… I switched to my iphone.
Thanks for stopping by my kitchen.
Take care of each other.