Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 11:22AM – near disaster

Tues, 1/28 @ 11:22AM - near disaster. After taking a picture of the Brookwood hill, I notice there is a car and a person at the edge of the super steep embankment leading down to Little Shades Creek from Highway 31. Looking back at this picture later, I notice that my camera's auto-focus has picked up on the snow which is intriguing to have so many falling snow flakes in focus with the background blurry. Also, I notice that the snow has accumulated on the drainage ditch highlighting a path I've taken down the hill before.

Tues, 1/28 @ 11:22AM – near disaster. After taking a picture of the Brookwood hill, I notice there is a car and a person at the edge of the super steep embankment leading down to Little Shades Creek from Highway 31. Looking back at this picture later, I notice that my camera’s auto-focus has picked up on the snow which is intriguing to have so many falling snow flakes in focus with the background blurry. Also, I notice that the snow has accumulated on the drainage ditch highlighting a path I’ve taken down the hill before.

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