Bad pun, I know, but it really does describe the reader-submitted photos we have here on at the Daily Item.
They show how people are trying to enjoy this tremendous amount of snow we’ve seen this year. I mean, make the best of a bad situation, right?
And…..we’re getting more snow early next week, so expect more snow pictures!
“Kiersten and Megan Strohecker pose with a 16 foot seasonal friend.”
Photo by Rebekah Strohecker, Sunbury
“Frozen Susquehanna River,”
Photo by Tedd Wenrick, Beavertown
Here’s my attempt at some time lapse phtoography.
It shows the progression of the snow storm outside our office window on Market Street. I took photos beginning at 1 p.m. at about every half hour.
(Note: I had an early photo showing barely there snow, but accidentally deleted it – whoops!)
Anyway, enjoy - and send me your snow photos!
It’s supposed to snow big here in the Valley today, so make sure to send me your snow pictures – I’ll post them here!
As I’ve previously discussed, I’m not a huge fan of snow – but I’m excited to see what it looks like across the area when the two to four inches hits us this afternoon.
And apparently a lot of people in the area are big fans of snow:
Keep checking at dailyitem.com for updates on snow conditions and any road closings, and I’ll let you know what I’m seeing out and about tomorrow.
If I have one complaint about winter it’s the snow. The stuff that turns the streets of Central PA into a nightmare for drivers and ruins your new pants and shoe.
[Note, "snow" is not to be confused with my sister's adorable cockapoo, "Snowball."]
And it looks like we’re already into snow season – oh joy.
But if there’s one thing I do love about snow – it’s that it makes for some cute pictures.
There’s nothing better than taking pictures in front of a snowy field all bundled up or more beautiful than seeing a barn and farm covered under a layer of white.
I’ll definitely be posting my favorite snow scenes from around the Valley here – and please send me your snow photos – I’ll post them here so we can compare vantage points.
So bundle up and break out the smartphone – winter has arrived in Pennsylvania!