It does make for some interesting and beautiful photos though, even if they never turn out exactly how my eye sees them, I'm sure you can use your imagination a bit.
|Sunlight on the ice covered vine in my backyard|
|Branches covered in ice, when the weight is too much it can break the branches and sometimes even kill the tree.|
|Christmas ornament caught in ice like a fly in amber.|
|Another shot of the tree and Christmas ornaments covered in ice and snow.|
|My neighbour's Christmas wreath.|
|A view of one of the maples in my backyard.|
|My 4 foot, artificial tree, the snow is REAL!|
|Cedar hedge covered with snow and ice.|
And it's better to get the nasty weather during the week and hope for clear skies on the weekend as the winter agility season begins this weekend. Beckett will be in his first trial where we will compete seriously at the Masters level, or at least I hope we will. I know he'll try hard, hope my handling is up to it.