Deep snow

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Teresa took this photo in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. So much snow ... 

On March 19, my son sent me this weather advisory. ‘200 inches of snow in 18 days’ in the path of our trip. Yes,  I was concerned since our plan was to drive from Salt Lake City to the Yosemite Valley. 

We were nervous, but the improving weather looked like we would be safe. Sure enough, the snow was there, but the weather was improved.

We still saw the leftover snow. I made a stop to take the following photo at about 8000 feet on Rt 88 south of Lake Tahoe. Needless to say, not too long ago, these roads were impassable. 

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That was some serious snow.  

~ Rick


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Snow enhanced ...

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All of nature takes on a slightly different ‘look’ right after a snowfall. It’s like magic. As much as I dislike snow and cold weather, I love the beauty of fresh snow. It’s like distilled newness, white and pure. 

Sometimes I feel like I need some fresh snow in my life. Not on the trees, but a fresh, clean outlook on life. Frequently it’s helpful to let go of that which holds me back, put the lizard brain behind me, and try anew. That is how this blog started.

So, let some fresh snow happen in your life. Try something new, and don’t be afraid of a little snow. 

~ Rick


Prints are available for many of the photos on this site on canvas, metal or glass. They are stunning and you can purchase them for a wall at home. Click the link or the ‘prints and such’ tab.

 ©2017 Rick Cartwright