Snowy Walk in a Wyoming November, part 5

I live in a neighborhood where there aren't many opportunities to take good pictures at the street level - not without including things belonging to people... So, a good way to get around this problem is to look up...

This time, I was rewarded with the clearing skies making a stark contrast to the autumn leaves plus the snow still thick on the branches.

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Uncharacteristically, I didn't spend a huge amount of time trying to work out what kind of tree this is. It's not oak, which was the only one I knew of (prior to now) that stubbornly holds on to its leaves over the winter.

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More snow coming to Wyoming, though this weekend's storm isn't meant to bring very much - maybe enough to warrant a walk, maybe not... We will see.

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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