Several inches of snow fell yesterday and into the overnight. Here is what New Scotland looks like on a snowy day. The morning was crisp at -14 degrees Celsius. That’s 6.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
The sun was just below the horizon and rising quickly.
Five minutes later, the sun crest the horizon and bathed the land in warm light.
The thick clouds sharpened the rays.
By the time I had fed the critters and started on my walk, the sun had risen behind the clouds, leaving the heavily-laden branches under grey skies.
The clouds were expansive and with lots of texture.
The donkeys were more interested in hay than they are in me.
The fresh snow revealed the many visitors that had passed through during the night, including one busy fox. Or maybe it was more than one. There were an awful lot of tracks along the trail, in and out of the woods, around the hayfield and through the donkey pasture.
Happy Saturday. Stay warm.