This week's You Capture theme is cold. Now, I'm sure there are a lot of people out there who got very creative with this one, and I can't wait to see their shots. I, however, mainly have photos of the sky on cold days.
Now, cold is relative to most folks, so you don't have to leave comments telling about how I don't know what cold is since I live in Georgia. (OK, you can leave those comments. I really won't mind. In fact, I will sympathize with you.) My husband and I lived in Montana near the Canadian border for nearly a year--we missed the summer months, of course, and I was told (rather apologetically) that it was the coldest winter in the previous ten years--so, yes, I do know what cold is. :)
We had a lot of gray, gloomy looking skies over the last week (or more).
And we even got some sleet.
After our gray skies and rainy weather, it was so good to see some blue sky peeking out from behind the clouds! These are some shots from Wednesday.
This morning we woke up to white stuff
and the kids were more than a little excited!
It's melting rapidly as I type, which means we can have a somewhat normal school day. I can't tell you how disappointed Josiah is because of this fact!
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