Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Other angles - 3.16 #sol21 Story Challenge

Monday, the sun returned after two cloud-heavy days smeared two feet of snow on my community. Schools closed, affording time for city employees (as well as residents) to clear side streets and sidewalks. So, I repurposed some of my own work hours -- not counting shoveling -- to go for an aimless walk with my camera.

Everything wore a wet, white coat, even this art installation with its 55-degree slope. I know that precise measurement because it's the title of the sculpture, named after the Flatirons geologic formation that you can see pitched at the same angle in the distance at left.




7 comments:

  1. This is an awesome picture. Snow can be such a pain and cause a lot of headaches, but oh it provides such beautiful photos.

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  2. That is beautiful! But No more snow for me please.

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  3. Amazing picture! I love when snow covers bare tree branches, too. It creates a different kind of forest vibe.

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  4. Brian, what a glorious sight. To see such beauty on a wintry day is a wonder to behold. I would love to add this photo to my WintersEmbrace2021" collection for the winter gallery I have been working on. Let me know if that is fine and if you have time to write very short poem to pair with it or lay on top of the photo.

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  5. Wow...looks so pretty! But ugh for snow. I want spring now! We are supposed to get some snow on Long Island on Friday....I long for warm sunny days.

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  6. For me snow everywhere looks like a scene from a fairy tale.

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