It has been a gray winter. The snow we have gotten has been an inch or two at a time and then soon gone. It has never been enough to cover (or water) the grass. It is so dry the ground is cracking. When we get just dusting of snow I go out hopefully with my camera seeking something memorable to record. Processing in black and white is one way to make it look less like fall.
The tree on the hill across the road
A bird in the tree across the road
What it looks like after the snow melts
And I am particularly fond of the neighbor's repurposing of an old snow tire as a marker for his drive way and a perch for a Blue Bird house. When I begin to get bored with the landscapes I find interesting details to focus on.