Sunday, March 10, 2013

The "Sound" of Melting Snow

I promised some flood sculpture kaleidoscopes this week, but first some kaleidoscopes from photos taken in Sedona from the snowfall on the 9th and 10th of March.  Michael had a meetup with the this morning so I went along to take photos and a hike.  It was beautiful with snow in the high country and just a dusting on the trails and hardly any mud!  The most remarkable thing was the constant ping of the snow in the trees dropping like a bomb.  In the west the sun is so strong that by 9AM on a sunny day after a snowfall the snow begins melting very quickly.

Snow on the Red Rock Pathways

Plein Air Painter of the Red Rocks!