SNOW SKY AT DUSK

I believe I have mentioned how the light the day after snow is different. The sky seems to glow in a variety of magical colors. Today, it was a pale tangerine — a cross between pink and light orange.

I didn’t get out to the deck until the latter part of the afternoon, so it’s a dusk sky with the glow of oncoming evening. I would have taken some even better sky shots, but I didn’t have boots and this year, I am not going to destroy my slippers.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

12 thoughts on “SNOW SKY AT DUSK”

            1. We didn’t move here because it was so attractive. It was good priced real estate. Basically, we could afford it. AND we could afford a pretty big place for a reasonably small price. After we were here for a while, we began to realize how lovely it is. The longer we are here, the prettier we find it.

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    1. When it’s actually snowing, the sky is usually white, like the snow. But when the storm ends, it’s like someone shined the air. It’s brilliant and bright and clear. I think the snow really does clean the air of all the dust and debris. The brightest days in winter are the days right after a storm … unless another one is coming in.

      You can see a snow sky, here. Not only is it white, but you can smell snow. I’m told it’s the ions in the air.

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