Usually when I take pictures of amazing nature, I make a point of keeping non naturey things like houses, cars, lawn furniture and such out of the frame. However, to show how much snow Mother Nature dumped on us during yesterday’s Nor’easter/bomb cyclone/blizzard event (geez, the weather people are getting dramatic with their verbiage…lol), I actually went out of my way to get shots with sorts of reference points when I went out earlier today, this day after the 2022 Nor’easter.
I didn’t stay out long though because even though the sun was out, the temps were still stupid cold. During my quick meander with my camera, it was 16F/-9C with a “real feel” (thanks to the wind) of -2F/-19C. Talk about BRRRRR!
All things considered, the storm could’ve been a lot worse – we had a few power/internet flickers, but no trees or branches fell, and none of us had anyplace we had to go. In fact, our youngest called out of work for the very first time and wasn’t happy about it, but realized halfway through the day it was the correct call… although I don’t recall her saying, “You were right, mom.” Suppose I should ask her about that…lol.
And as per my usual FYI – these were taken in the yard of my Durham, NH home with my Nikon, attached to my tripod. All were resized, then cleaned up a bit with PicMonkey – mostly to tweak the exposure and sharpness.
Day after the 2022 Nor’easter
Hope you enjoyed these shots around my yard from the day after the 2022 Nor’easter
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