Visions of white

14 04 2022

Not many of the mustangs were visible yesterday, but I thought the snow deserved more than one pic before it melted and gave way to dry, brown slopes once again. Green is coming up, but slowly. 🙂

From Chrome’s Point looking northeast-ish across Spring Creek Basin – fresh snow and fresh tracks.

Looking up the Spring Creek arroyo to its source: McKenna Peak.

Hazy in the snow fog, McKenna Peak, submarine ridge and Brumley Point in the distance. And rich, wet, wonderful snow. Moisture much needed.


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13 responses

14 04 2022
Karen Schmiede

Any form of moisture is a good thing!

14 04 2022
TJ

I wholeheartedly agree, Karen! 🙂

14 04 2022
Martha Kennedy

SNOW!!!! ❤

15 04 2022
TJ

🙂 Hello, Colorado!

15 04 2022
Martha Kennedy

😀

14 04 2022
Sue E. Story

THAT is gorgeous, TJ! All the beautiful snow covering the HMA…and “Chrome’s Point” – I love that. ❤

15 04 2022
TJ

Overlooking his “territory.” 🙂

15 04 2022
TamrahJo

Moisture, held slow and silent for a moment in time, to view, before melting in/up/out and once more invisible – excellent photos! Love the foggy one!

15 04 2022
TJ

Yep – that’s why I love snow … it seeps in slowly and allows time for capturing it in photos! 🙂

15 04 2022
lovewildmustangs

Amazing!

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15 04 2022
TJ

🙂

27 04 2022
Pat

Late but hopping up and down for moisture!

27 04 2022
TJ

Yes! More, please!!

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