I decided to take some images during, and after Winter Storm Saturn (why are they naming every storm?). I believe this was North Judson’s largest snowfall this winter, and we were all very excited (even though it felt like only half of what we would normally get in Rolling Prairie!). This conveniently happened on Tuesday to Wednesday, making it perfect for one final wednesday walk series for the winter. The later images were taken by Nathan.
I’m starting a new weekly series called, Wednesday Walks, of which I’ll share imagery of my walks and adventures. Bits of nature not appreciated, glorious skylines, strange weather, etc. Today, still January and a high of 50 degrees, it certainly feels like peculiar weather. These images are from the other night when a heavy fog rolled in, another oddity for this month. It did provide some excitement on a rather dreary looking day.
This was one cold afternoon, but little Adeline was a trooper. My uncle’s property was the perfect location for this spunky little commercial shoot with the snowflake dress from The Measure. Miss Adeline was playing a bit bashful at first but she did warm up and give into that twirling temptation. I love a good twirling dress myself!
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I don’t know about you, but I think I’m actually looking forward to snow. We could have a few flurries today and I feel like a kid at the window waiting to see those first white flakes falling. Anyone else looking forward to the picturesque scenery?