Posted by: Darcel | January 31, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday: Snow flakes

The girls have asked since Christmas “when is it going to snow?” Sadly, my reply was always the same. “It doesn’t snow here.”
It started snowing last night here in southern VA, and didn’t stop until later in the afternoon.

We were all so excited! We just had to go out and play in it.
It’s not a shadow like others you’ve seen, but the best I could do outdoors with no sun.

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I thought the footprints looked like shadows in the snow.
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  1. I see some shadows! You sure got a lot of snow too.

  2. Boy you guys really got dumped on, but boy what fun for the kids…I’ll send ya more snow…OK…ha!

  3. I do believe those footprints in the snow qualify as shadows. Lucky you and kids to be able to frolic in such a LOT of snow! 🙂

  4. That must have been quite a surprise to see snow like that! The children seem totally enthralled! And yes, the footprints do look shadowy!

  5. It’s so sweet to see the kids having fin in the snow. How lovely that it did snow for you them! I like the photos…the footprints in the snow do look like shadows. Clever!

  6. Excellent shadow shots, thanks for sharing.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

  7. What a fun filled day for them! My kids love to play in the snow too but unfortunately we don’t have snow in our area.

    Thanks for the visit

  8. The children look like they are having a blast! I hope everybody in your area is loving the unexpected snow as much as they are.


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