On The Sheltered Side (cold+snap snow Spring architecture trees ). Photo by ColoradoKat

On The Sheltered Side

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Saturday March 23, 2013

Littleton, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The bottom of this tree is protected from the constant North wind todaay and gives a better idea of how much accumulation we have. It looks to be about 9 inches at this point. For hours it has been snowing the tiniest flakes and they have been coming in sideways on the wind. If it were a bit warmer and the flakes were bigger, we would be buried! For once, I'm glad it is so cold! I always like the way the little A-frame birhouse looks in the snow. Snow spots on the window here, too.

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ColoradoKat

I am SO SAD that WU is getting rid of the photography section. This has been the most wonderful outlet for me and my photography and I have met so many awesome people and seen photography that has been amazing on so many levels, because of WU. Thank you for the opportunities you gave us with your site. Man, I will really, really miss this. :-(

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