Saturday, February 12, 2011

Shadow Shot: Cow Trails




Cow trails through the snow.

This is our driveway, which is around .8 of a mile long (1.3 km).  We are snowbound until the snow melts.  Three days of sunshine and daytime temperatures above freezing have melted a lot of the snow, but there's still much left to melt before we can make a trip out.


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20 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow shot, but, OH! it does look soooooo cold! Wishing you some sun and warmer temps!! Have a great weekend! Stay warm!

Sylvia

chubskulit said...

That is a gorgeous shot!

My shadows, enjoy your weekend!

Catherine said...

beautiful shadowy snow contours...

Carol said...

One thing about being snowed in...you have time for all that stuff you wanted to get done around the house and never had time to do because you always had someplace else to go...

Pat - Arkansas said...

Those cows need to be harnessed to some snow blades. You'd have your drive plowed in no time at all.

I hope your thaw comes soon.

EG Wow said...

The snow sure is pretty but definitely a prob;em! I hope you can get out soon!

Alissa Nicolau said...

Your shadow shot is wonderful! Your driveway reminds me much of our own. I kinda like being snowed in.

Christine said...

Beautiful, BEAUTIFUL shot, Marvin! That makes the prospect of living in the snow almost bearable, for this Californian. ;)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I was snowbound once for a week. It was kind of interesting, not having any contact with the outside world except by telephone.

A SEEKER OF SHADOWS

A seeker of shadows one day
Asked shadows to come out and play:
“O shadows, my dears,
Despite all my fears,
I hope you will not run away.”


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Shadowy Humility

sue said...

that sounds like a pain, but gosh it makes for a fantastic photo.

Miss Becky said...

I like Pat-Arkansas's comment. but those shadows are really nice. I love cow paths, but I'm used to seeing them in the green pastures. I love the blue cast/light of the shadows. have a beautiful week, and happy SSS!

Hey Harriet said...

It looks so pretty but I wouldn't appreciate not being able to go anywhere. It's all so surreal to me! So I guess a lot of work days and school time etc is lost due to these events. Wow! You'd want to be stocked up with pleny of food! I hope the snow melts soon for you. And that is one long driveway you have! Collecting the mail from the letterbox must be quite a trip :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

My goodness. I bet you could feel isolated out there in the snow. Hopefully it will all melt this weekend. You had a lot of snow. Nice shadow shots.

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely shadows but oh that's a lot of snow!

Kelly said...

Wow! It certainly made some great shadows, though!

North Arkansas had some unbelievable cold temperatures this week. Amazing!!

NicoleB said...

Oh wow,.... hope you have enough food ;)

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

I would take that driveway and all its snow any day over urban living!

KaHolly said...

That is a most beautiful picture of a driveway I've ever seen!

Kathiesbirds said...

Oh Marvin! I hope it melts for you soon! I cannot imagine being house-bound like that! I would start to get squirrelly really fast! Sure makes for pretty pictures though!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

A beautiful picture -- beautiful shadows -- but it looks just frightening! Hope you get a melt soon.!!