Tricia Booker Photography

White Flower

Wet White Flower

Snow in late October and April sandwiched between one of the warmest winters on record in Virginia. It’s been a bizarre year.

We awoke to snow this morning, with the mountain receiving a good dusting, that left a white frosting over all of the spring  flowers and trees. I didn’t get outside in time to catch it through the lens, but the rain continued on all day and left everything cold and wet. Thankfully, the three solid days of rain have helped us catch up with a significant precipitation deficit, and I have a feeling more green images will soon be following.

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