You know I can’t let a snow day in DC pass me by without bundling up and trekking out into the cold to snap a few photos. This year was far more treacherous than my last snow day journey — typically, you can see the Capitol all the way down East Capitol. On this 30-degree morning, it was barely visible from yards away.
The wind was whipping with a cold, wet snow and instantly regretted my decision to leave my gloves at home for the sake of seamless camera to iPhone photography. But, if you’ve been here long enough, you know that winter is my favorite season so I can’t get enough of these frigid, cozy days.
Photos From a Snow Day in DC
I went out midmorning, after my first meetings, and couldn’t have picked a better time for photos that were so full of movement that you can practically taste the cold and hear the quietly falling snow. It’s like you’re walking through a snow globe — it’s an absolutely magical feeling. I have my fingers crossed there are many more snowy excursions waiting later in the season.