Tuesday 26 January 2021

Glistening Snow

    Yesterday as we were taking our walk, I noticed how the bright sunlight was glistening on sections of the snow.  This glistening is caused when the temperatures get above freezing, melting the surface of the snow, which later freezes when the temperatures dip again.  The dull parts you see in the photo are the areas where snow has drifted over the glistening snow.

    The sunlight was very bright but the photo appears dark because my camera automatically had to adjust and darken the image because of the very bright light.

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1 comment:

  1. Those are pretty, but, I know, it is more glistening in person. Hard to capture that kind of beauty in a photo.
    Eyes are a miracle.