I borrowed the black and white challenge from a fellow blogger who also lives in Central Oregon and this is my first installment of a week-long fulfillment.
Last November we had our first giant snowfall and this is what we saw when we opened the garage door after 2 1/2 days of the white stuff. Wonder what she was thinking after being born and raised in the desert? Feel free to add your comments. Would love to hear what you think! Namaste’
Regina (Reggie) Arnold is a “flunked retirement” entrepreneur, co-author of The Art & Science of Recruiting, an award-winning photographic artist, and photo blogger
OK, I promise not to bore you anymore with pictures of our snowfall, but for us it’s a big deal. The Sonoran Desert hardly ever sees this kind of storm. This is the last one, I promise!!!!
This shot is one of the peaks in the Catalina mountains taken this morning (my favorite range because of their granite characteristics). The highest peak is Mt. Lemmon, stately rising to 9,157 feet. No, I wasn’t climbing it, silly … I used a zoom lens. I’ll probably save mountain climbing for another lifetime – LOL! Namaste’