A Little Snow...Finally

Afternoon everyone.  We finally had a cold front move through two days ago that brought us some snow showers and a heavier snow squall.  My it did snow for about a half hour. I was at work but managed to go to the end of the building for a few snaps after the storm passed.

click on the image for a better view.

  
I did the pano above first.  You can see on the left where the storm is clearing and straight ahead you can still see the black from the squall departing. It was soooooo cold.

 This image was made a few minutes later when some of the clouds moved over the black of the storm at the horizon.

This image is made the next day.....it still was cold.

And a comparison view of the same farm from earlier in December of last year. Quite a different view.

Sharing today with the gang at SKYWATCH FRIDAY
&
Tex for GOOD FENCES.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone. 

Comments

Christine said…
Hello Felicia! That's just about enough snow for me & it looks so pretty dusting the fields! Such a contrast from last year!
Gorgeous clouds & skies too!,
Happy weekend!
Jeannie Marie said…
Fabulous comparison shot! I love the change of seasons as well as the great fence in the shot.
Primitive Stars said…
Afternoon Felicia, those pictures are beautiful, I can almost feel the cold in them.Blessings Francine.
Carol Mattingly said…
Nice job Felicia. I wished we would get a snowfall here. Just one for the winter. But beggers can't be choosy either. Carol
Kayni D said…
Beautiful photos! We're still waiting for winter here...no snow yet.
Karen said…
Beautiful views!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, lovely scenes and skies. The farm and snowy field is pretty. Lovely images. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
Barb said…
Love your stormy skies. Glad you finally got some winter moisture.
Sandra said…
love the pano view. awesome detail and the last two i can't decide which i like better because they are both gorgeous.
Revrunner said…
The panorama is especially interesting.
TexWisGirl said…
so pretty! but the warm colors in the last one... ahh...
Brian King said…
These are beautiful!
Beautiful photos, great fences and it does look cold!
Bethany Carson said…
The sky and landscape are gorgeous! Great photos Felicia!
Stephanie said…
Beautiful landscape and sky shots!
Irene said…
Wonderful captures. Looks so nice with a little snow on the ground :)

Happy weekend!
Michelle said…
Beautiful landscape shots. The last one is my favorite.
Ida said…
Fabulous panoramic view. - It looks so pretty & peaceful.
Loved the comparison shots. I must say since I'm not much of a winter person I prefer the later view without the snow.
The Furry Gnome said…
Hope you get some more snow soon!
Nancy said…
I love the comparison shots; amazing.....Sounds like you had some amazing snow....
Linda W. said…
Nice captures of the stormy sky!
Some lovely pictures there. I've always wanted to do a series of shots from the same viewpoint in different conditions but have never managed to have the necessary patience to complete the task!
Breathtaking said…
Hello Felicia!:)Beautiful panoramic views!:) Those snow covered fields and lovely skies are delightful.
Kathy said…
Beautiful landscapes!
Rose said…
Wow! I LOVE those first two images and love the last one too. The lighting in it is fabulous.
nice shots, and treatment!!
Suza said…
sehr schöne Fotos
LG susa
Gosia k said…
winter in Poland is strange and there is only a lit of bit of snow
Nancy Chan said…
Wow! for the pano view. Lovely shots including the last one too. All are really beautiful. I have never experienced snow.
Celestina Marie said…
Hi Felicia, you captured the best photos of the cold front and the movement of the sky. Love the before and after of the last two. Beautiful. Have a nice weekend.xo
DeniseinVA said…
Those clouds were spectacular and beautifully captured Felicia. Lovely snow scenes. We haven't any yet but it looks like maybe in a week's time we may get some.
Debbie said…
i enjoy seeing the comparison images. many things to love about both (so very different) images!!! have a wonderful weekend!!!
HOOTIN ANNI said…
Your images are the epitome of "Blanket of Snow" ....Exceptionally beautiful.
GreenComotion said…
Love the panoramic views, Felicia!
Not sure I want to sign-up for the snow, but sure looks pretty.
Have a Beautiful Weekend!!
Peace :)
Tom said…
pretty special
pattisjarrett said…
Nice sky observations. The color is beautiful. The landscape with fence is so peaceful.
How beautiful, Felicia. I wish we had some snow (but without the cold :-)
Amalia
xo
MartiDIY said…
Just beautiful! I would love to work in an office with a view like that.
Helma said…
Really beautiful picture.
The panorama is fantastic in the enlargement to see.
other pictures are amazing!
ladyfi said…
Gorgeous and magical scenery!
Amy Franks said…
lovely landscapes! how cold is it there at the moment?
Gorgeous shots Felicia, stay warm! Deb xo
I love the panoramic views of your countryside, Felicia. The storm looked very dramatic, yet beautiful.

Maybe someday your dream of living out west will come true? I never would have imagined my life would have lead me here--I owe that to my children who decided they wanted to live in Colorado. We followed them, and have been happy with the change the past 3 years.
SW Colorado is indeed spectacular -- I'm glad to have seen the San Juan Mountain range and all the beauty down there. I want to go back early in autumn one year and drive more around that area.
Mascha said…
Bad weather makes marvellous pictures - well captured!
Hope, you have a nice winter now.
Felicia, those pictures are all wonderful; I think that's the loveliest pano I've ever seen! A dusting of snow would be more than enough for me, I have become a real weather wimp!
Joe said…
Like the comparison shot. We're getting our first snow of the winter day and tomorrow. Calling for 2 to 3 feet....:(.
Jannibele said…
So beautiful with that layer of white:) It makes it look so peaceful.
Have a nice weekend.
Jannicke
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
Very wonderful pictures. Great these skies above these winter landscapes. Well done!!

Many greetings,
Marco