Snowy Walk in a Wyoming November, part 2

Here are some more pictures from my snowy walk yesterday.
Even today, there's been a lot of drifting from all our Wyoming wind. The snow is no longer on the trees and even much of the rooftop snow has blown off. This is why we have snow fences in Wyoming - to try to keep blowing to a minimum.
Here in Casper, we get around 80 inches of snow annually, but we rarely have a cover of more than a couple of inches, but drifts several feet deep!

This is a different spruce tree.
(Image available at RedBubble)

Sometimes, however, we forget to look UP! Here's one of the images I found when I looked up into the tree...
(Image available at RedBubble)

Not sure if I prefer that one or this one...
(Image available at RedBubble)

In case you weren't aware, the sharp needles of the spruce is why it makes an ideal choice for a Christmas tree if you have young ones (either human or furry) in the house this year! (They won't grab it twice!) Just be sure to wear gloves while you decorate! (It smells fabulous too.)

(The images I featured yesterday are also already listed at RedBubble!)

All of today's pictures were taken by myself in 2018 with my Pentax K30.

Today’s post is crossposted at: Steemit, Whaleshares, Bearshares,

Lori Svensen
author/designer at A'mara Books
photographer/graphic artist for Viking Visual
now also on: Whaleshares and WeKu

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