Big, Big Snow - The Gray Season
|Big, big snow|
It’s the middle of March and nature has not unexpectedly unleashed a furious blizzard that has buried the foothills with big, big snow. A sparkling Bergen Peak overlooks the aftermath from its lofty position.
The pyramid-shaped monolith dominates the landscape and becomes the center of interest in the Cezannesque composition. The pine trees are completely wrapped in cloaks of heavy, wet snow that cling to the conifers like glue.
Shot from a different perspective, the peaks portrait is enhanced by a unique border of branches and laurel. The mostly monochrome mountains are quite dramatic but after a season of gray, I’m anxious to experience the first colors of a much needed spring.
|Middle of March|
|A furious blizzard|
|Bergen overlooks the aftermath|
|Pine trees are wrapped in snow|
|Bergen Peak dominates the landscape|
|Buried in snow|
|Anxious for Spring|
|Season of gray|
|A Cezannesque landscape|