Today was the beginning of the third snow storm we have had in a week. They are predicting that this one may dump between 20" and 30" of snow with the bulk of the snow coming tonight and tomorrow morning. If that wasn't enough, there is a blizzard warning in many areas as the winds are going to pick up and they say we may even hear thunder. So while there was daylight, and while the turkey was in the oven, I went out for a walk with my camera. Here are some of the images -- remember that this is only the beginning of the storm.
I haven't chance to touch the images up. They are still a little grey... although in real life, it was kinda grey with the snow coming down at a pretty good clip.
I walked down to the reservoir. The snow, sticking to the trees, was magnificant. The kudzu vines draping the trees were quite a scene. The reservoir itself was frozen and although I saw some folks on Harding Road, I didn't see anyone or any tracks down by Scott Cove.
The last picture is looking up at Harding Road, as I was heading back. Obviously, some cars were still venturing out.