It's snowed a bit up here in Maine recently. Not as much as some places, but certainly more than Carrie and I have ever had come down on us in Arizona. Today, Tuesday, we went out to Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park to look at snow. The top picture is right on the shore of Casco Bay. The photo on the left shows some of the shattered ice caused from the shifting tides.
Much of the park is covered with hiking trails, and in spite of the snow, you can see by the tracks in the snow going over this bridge, that people are still using them.
Pandora and I are in the last picture amidst the snow covered trees.
You can click on any picture to widen the horizons.