Do not use until Spring

Posted by karla (Omaha, United States) on 10 February 2011 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

A neighborhood patio almost exactly a year ago, after a gigantic snowfall. Omaha had an unceasing series of snowstorms last year.

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Marie LC from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

I wait for the spring with big impatience, also your image of snow does not cheer up but it is very beautiful to look

10 Feb 2011 6:30am

@Marie LC: Ah yes, you are so right! We all long for spring. Maybe it is better to see snow when we are very hot from too much summer sun (soleil d'été--not sure that is right). One day soon spring will arrive and all the snow will melt into water. I hope you will visit again to see pictures with no snow. Marie, your images are extraordinarily beautiful. Someday I hope to be able to take lovely pictures such as yours. Thank you very much for visiting and the complement on my image. Merci!

Arash from Arak, Iran

Feel cold in your photo there and touch the snow makes you successful.

10 Feb 2011 1:46pm

@Arash: Thanks Arash. I appreciate your comment.

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

This one, with the title, brought a big smile to my face.

11 Feb 2011 10:39pm

@Anita: I am very glad it brought a smile! Also nice to know it did not make you feel cold. Seems there are a lot of people who prefer the sunny, warm pictures---for good reason. Last year Omaha had the unceasing snow storms. This year, the east --is your area included?---is getting more than its full share. I am one of those who likes the seasons, and snow is (usually) a happy part of it.

Nikon D300
1/250 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
66 mm (35mm equiv.)

snow
patio
umbrella

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