Earlier this week, we enjoyed a few snow days - a rarity for our town. While out for a walk on Monday, we met up with my oldest daughter and had some fun collecting photo images together of some familiar scenes made new with the dusting of snow. Here are some of my favorites:
This just doesn't look like a street in our town...but it's Jefferson, looking west towards campus.
Roses in the snow - still colorful, even in January.
These two photos are of the art installation at OSU by Patrick Dougherty. In the photo below, you can see how large the sculptures are in comparison to my daughter - if you can find her - the curved bench is pointing to her.
So glad we made it out while it was snowy - warm rains arrived yesterday and we're looking at a very wet week ahead. Personally, I'm hoping this isn't the last of the white stuff for us this winter!