It snowed over the weekend and I tried to capture it falling.
In some ways I find it easier to photograph falling snow at night than in the day time.
The premature narcissus was covered in snow.
The bluejay below was having a snack while the snow fell although you can barely see the snow in this shot.
The female cardinal below was all puffed out for warmth.
The next shot was taken at sunrise and the birds gathered in the tree.
The female cardinal arrived at my deck for breakfast.
The camellias look pretty to me in the snow even when they turn brown.
Berries in the snow always make me think of Christmas even though we only rarely have a white Christmas.
The bird in the next shot is a rufous-sided towhee and the sundial is waiting for the sun.
The male cardinal always stands out in his flamboyant feathers.
The female rufous-sided towhee is having a big breakfast.
A sparrow and a male rufous-sided towhee look pretty close for comfort.
Finally the male towhee has the space for himself.
The juncos always come to my deck when I put out food in cold weather.
Below is a sunrise shot I took.
My deck was covered in bird footprints.
After some sunny days most of the snow has melted.