So yesterday's snow fall had all the elements coming together:
- Fairly light snowfall in progress
- No wind
- Happening on a Saturday morning when I had no other commitments
- Started around 7 AM, so roads and parking lots were accessible
- Lasted most of the day
So I was out for about 2-3 hours, hitting many of the scenic Bucks County spots along the Delaware River and towards Doylestown. I did have to pack it in for some personal errands, but that is a fairly good amount of time. I did have to protect the camera and lens due to the melting snow, but that was the only thing working against me.
Below is the first of a series I will be posting from this day. I did have to park in a precarious spot along the side of the road to avoid a long walk to this field near the Thompson Neely Farm. It was snowing lightly at this point, but the distance to the horses makes it look like much heavier.