Landscape: Traditional Landscape
Shoot a beautiful landscape and share it with the world. Find a nice foreground and don't forget the sky.
Phone photo of the view from the front window.
There were so many landscapes that I wanted to go out and get while we had our snowpocalypse but was mostly stuck at home. The roads were not safe to drive and while we could have done okay with my all wheel drive car and Robert's truck, we didn't have to risk it, so we didn't.
Instagram photo of Chewie looking and the view.
It snowed, then the clouds left and it got really cold. With the sun out during the day though, the snow on the streets melted enough for people to start getting around and we went out to the barn to do chores and haul water buckets all over since we'd only hook up one hose to fill waters. The morning crew would take the evening's buckets and put in the tack room to thaw out for the evening crew to switch with the day's buckets. And pushing wheelbarrows full of manure through snow to dump is a pain in the butt. Almost literally. Carus slipped a few times pushing up hill (I clean stalls, she dumps) but we managed and were rewarded with some lovely sunsets.
Cold weather and clear skies gives some pretty sunrises and sunsets.
Phone photo of the sunset colors at the barn.
Adam shoveled our driveway and some of the sidewalk and then made me a snowman. If you look just so, you can see he has two eyes and a smile.
I did get my big camera out on my lunch and breaks and walked the backyard with the dogs. (Downfall from working from home - no snow days.)
View from our back porch
7 inches of snow
Adam making snowballs for the dogs.
And then he bit on it and was confused when it disappeared into the rest of the snow.
Playing with the frozen soccer ball.
My frozen clothes line.
One of the evenings we were out at the barn doing chores, Carus and I decided to go for a little ride.
We probably spent more time tacking the horses up than riding. It was COLD!
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