I have so many pictures of this historic landmark, but none like this. We can get plenty of snow during the winter but the kind that sticks to the trees usually happens in spring and it doesn’t stay there long.
The clouds are just starting to move out and there is a little blue sky in the background. Time to shovel.
This looks more like December than March.
Sometimes it just works that way. There is this one person . . . In this case I think the shot is better with someone in it.
I was concerned that we wouldn’t have room for a bunch of new snow because there is so much old snow on the ground. I was wrong it all worked out. Not allowing parking on one side of the street really helps make a little extra room for snow banks.
You can see the Cathedral to the left of this wonderful old building that houses Patrick McGovern’s o West 7th street.