We were dreaming of white Arizona Christmas as we checked the weather apps each day. As the weekend approached, the forecasts kept showing a snowflake for most of Christmas Eve day- and they were right. It rained in the late morning, quickly turning to sleet and then snow- heavy snow that lasted all afternoon. We ended up with about six or seven inches at our house, and it is still here. Beautiful!
I posted this photo on Facebook- and then noticed the fire hydrant in the foreground, which I have since removed (fire hydrants and garbage cans are what cloning brushes are for!). After I took this shot, I walked toward the tree- and fell against the curb, cracking my lens hood and banging my arm and knee. Happy to report that the only damage seems to have been to the lens hood (which is a replacement for the one I cracked in Montana. . .)- the camera and photographer are just fine!
4 thoughts on “A White Christmas Dream Come True”
Melinda, this is so beautiful!
What a beautiful, dreamy scene. Perfectly composed. But you weren’t dreaming! So glad your “collateral damage” was minimal. Hope you aren’t too badly bruised.
Very nice . Happy New Year! 👍💥
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This like a fantasy! What an amazing shot!