from a distance. I was stationed in Aviano, Italy for a time while in the USAF and remember standing in shirtsleeves on base looking up at clouds where I knew there were mountains inside of them. We were in the foothills of the Alps. When the clouds blew away, the snowcaps were just magnificent and I could not wait to get my camera. But showing them to family when I got home just never measured up to being there. Today, we don't call anything snow unless it's enough to shovel. Nice pic.
And if it's the ONLY snow, this year should be a hot fire year.
Until yesterday, there was no snow on Sierra Blanca, at
12,000 elev. Now, today, looking across the ''front yard'',
this is the scene.
It's 50 f, calm air, bright sun and blue sky here in the ''flats''.