"Where does the white go when the snow melts?"
Just a little excursion down memory lane...
this was the first year we moved to Mammoth...
you know...the year the mountain had over 60 feet of snow???
Where did all that white go???
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Yikes! 60 feet?! That's a LOT of snow! It's not going to happen again this year!ReplyDelete
That year was a record high for up here! I think this year may be a record low...Delete
We usually have about 50-60cm of snow here in Finland but this year was different, no snow at all..well we had few winter weeks with small amount of snow. Weird!!ReplyDelete
It's fascinating to me to hear about similar weather patterns in other parts of the world...Delete
This is beautiful! I love the tree in the foreground - testifying to how fierce the wind and weather can be! Thanks for linking up!ReplyDelete
This area does get windy!!!Delete
I don't feel quite so bad about our not-60-feet of snow here this year now - even though we did get record amounts. It's snowing again today (another 6-9" ...so much for spring being near!)ReplyDelete
Glad you feel better!!! Hopefully we'll have that snow back again next year!!!Delete
All that lovely white creates gorgeous wildflower meadows in summer! :)ReplyDelete
The white turns clear and disappears into the earth...but how does it go from white to clear???Delete
It went into floods? I like the sculptural detail the tree adds.ReplyDelete
We had a stream in our driveway that year, and our backyard creek was full all summer!!!Delete
Majestic photo for b/w for BWW ~ xxxReplyDelete
artmusedog and carol ^_^
Thank you artmusedog and Carol!!!Delete
Those mountains are calling out to me, "come climb us..."
They do have a tendency to do that!!!ReplyDelete
That amount of snow is beyond my imagination. Love the photo.ReplyDelete
A gorgeous shot! Great!ReplyDelete
Makes me think of Ansel Adams. - MargyReplyDelete
We got new white last night!ReplyDelete
det liker jeg svært godt !!!ReplyDelete
It goes back in the clouds for next time :-)ReplyDelete
Nice composition, the tree looks seriously wind-blown on the right side.
Quite intriguing thought. Lovely photo, quite stark and simple.ReplyDelete