More businesses need to ICE their sidewalks never mind letting the snow pile up and turning into solid ice. And heaven forbid I meet someone walking in the opposite direction! That's when we do the ice dancing, ungracefully skating around each other. Ah well, it's supposed to be in the 40s today so by the time work is done I'll only have to swim home.
Passing by a fence, I noticed this written on it:
I don't know what to make of it. Is the author too happy? So sad? Being poetic? Just playing with whomever decides to stop and read? I'm going with teenage angst.
I absolutely LOVE to see when ice wraps itself around tree branches and such
Went to the Liffey's with friends last night to see a band I've never heard of. I don't have enough experience photographing indoors with low light so I figured I'd work my camera a little. No flash. Most of my shots stunk. These I liked.
I dig the sewing machine tables
the light surrounded by the dark
a bit of movement
Well it looks like I'm going to keep getting opportunities to take pictures of snow. It snowed yesterday, and there's more on the way. I mean, we get a little break in between but not enough of one. I know, "Wah wah wah...get over it!" I'm trying.
On the bright side, there were so many scenes I wanted to capture on the way to and from work (some I did and a few have been posted).
What is it that's so appealing about snow? Is it the fluffies? Maybe because we don't live in it 24/7 so it's a change of pace for some of us? Because it's a blanket of white over everything?
When I first saw snow, it came down in little flakes, like ashes, and I thought "that's IT? that's snow? Puh!" From pictures on postcards I'd expected it all to come down at once, looking neat and pretty...Little did I know!