It was cold the night before this image was made, -9˚F here over night. So much for the mild winter we were having. The RV is managing better than I had expected. The only issue I’ve had today is that the pilot light for the water heater was blown out during the high wind.
Driving back from Woodbury, I caught sight of the afternoon sun lighting up the trees, leaving the shaded snow- covered foreground bathed in blue. Sitting in the warm car it was easy to forget how cold it was, but as soon as I stepped out I was quickly reminded.
Winter in New England, what else should I expect?
Pentax K5 IIs with 100-300mm zoom, processed with Nik Color Efex Pro 4 in PS CS4 and Snapseed.