snow gauge

I took these pictures right out my kitchen window. They show the cover over the potting area and the barbecue. The slated wooden roof has a plexiglass top to keep the rain and snow off. (In theory that allows me to cook outside in less than perfect weather. Such a good theory, don’t you think?) The temperature here can vary greatly in a short period. As you can see here, the snow on the roof slides off as the temperature rises. Sometimes it is really unbelievable. I shot the first 2  pictures in early March.

interesting melt

close up of snow

I took these photos this month, just one day after the other.

snow on roof

melting snow

This is how it looks now:

no snow left

I’m hoping that the next time I take this picture 2 things will have happened. I hope that I will have washed my windows, and I hope there will be a little more green in the photo. Brown has never been my favorite color.

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5 thoughts on “snow gauge

  1. Great pics, but they give me the shivers!

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  2. turkolicious says:

    A morphing sculpture as a kitchen view – divine…

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