We had another “significant” snow storm the other day. The meteorologists forecasted possibly 5-7 inches of snow. To see how much we actually got take a look at the picture below: nothing! Not even an inch. To be fair it did snow quite a lot, but what little stuck melted almost immediately afterwards. Apparently the snowy part of the storm passed north of us. Until about a year ago I had a house on a lake about 24 miles farther North, and a bit higher. They got about 17 inches of snow! Amazing how such a short distance can make such a big difference.

First picture taken with a Sony A7IV and Rokinon/Samyang AF 75mm f1.8 FE. Second picture with an Apple iPhone SE II.

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