19 thoughts on “Rainy Snowflakes”

    1. They were very pretty but didn’t last long because the snow quickly turned to rain. Thank you very much, Deeksha. 🙂 I wish you a joyous and prosperous weekend as well. 🐣

  1. Happy Easter weekend Lynette. May it continue to warm up. White stuff on the ground here this AM, but +10 by Monday. About B—– time. Allan

    1. Thank you, Allan. It is slowly warming up again, but at least for the most part it has been sunny. My M is in Penticton with +10 but that’s low for them at this time of year, too. Never mind, we will soon be complaining about bugs (me at least ) and heat! 😉

    1. In the north (above 60° north latitude in the subarctic, where I work) this is somewhat unusual, although I have seen it before. Below 60° north, snow at Easter is much more unusual, especially the farther south you go and depending on how early Easter is. 49° latitude is our border with you, so that will give you an idea of how far north I am. Cheers.

    1. Thank you. I used a 2009 Canon EOS 7D that I keep in my vehicle. It replaced an earlier model (also a Canon) that finally gave up a couple of months ago after living through five subarctic winters in my truck. The lens is a Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM. Cheers.

    1. Thank you. I’ve noticed that we tend to get these beautiful flakes in the late autumn and late spring when there’s more humidity. The snow squall didn’t last too long but the results were pretty.

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