As I finished writing last night’s post, I mentioned it had begun to snow. Well, by the time it had stopped, we had gotten about two and a half inches of snow. To people who live in the north, that amount of snow isn’t a big deal. To those of us in the South, this kind of weather can be crippling since, as a whole, this part of the country has so little experience with this kind of event. But, we are certainly learning to cope this year!
When I woke up this morning and looked out the window, my first thought when I saw all the snow was to go back to bed, but I soon decided I couldn’t pass up this fantastic opportunity. I headed back to the covered bridge in Burns Park that I shot last weekend because I thought the color of the bridge would contrast nicely with the snow. Because the roads were covered with snow and ice, what is normally a 20 minute drive turned into an hour drive as I began to question my sanity. But when I got to the location, I was glad I had ventured out. The beauty and serenity of the scene was astounding!