Two days ago Long Island got another blast from this winter's Jet Stream.
It seemed like we got even more snow this time, around 20 plus inches!
Since the temperatures outside haven't gotten much above freezing,
the snow just piles up and up.
Ornamental shrubs and trees are taking a beating from the wet heavy snow.
The tall grass clumps are flattened.
Bows on the walnut tree bend under the coating of white.
There just isn't any place to blow it to.
Snow, formerly on the main roads is thrown by county plows onto the sidewalks and driveway aprons.
It was very hard to get out the back door.
The snow mounded up on a sundial.
Foot prints before the plow comes.
Ice drips off and forms on the Rhododendron bush.
The plow cuts into the deep snow.
Three Mourning Doves perch in the Swamp Maple.
Cardinals sit in the Quince tree.
I guess there are some things that can take your mind off the masses of white stuff, and the eventual flooding if it melts too fast.