I’m sorry I don’t get around to writing very often. In point of fact, I don’t get around to much of anything other than studying very often. This is probably a habit I should fix, seeing as I’m in a foreign country and I ought to be doing a better job of exploring.
Anyway, here’s a relatively foreign experience for me: snow. Of course, I did live in Iceland for a year, an island that, as you might guess from its name, does have snow enough for me to say I’ve experienced. But as I’ve spent most of my life in south Texas, I can’t help but find snowy weather an occasion for photography.
Above, you’ll see Selwyn Chapel – and snow. Below you’ll see blossoms of some sort covered in snow.
Here’s a closer shot of the railing on the steps up to the hall. Someone has decided that the snow all along the top could be rolled up. I thought that was pretty clever and decided it needed to be documented.
Well, that’s all for now. Thanks for reading!