December 11, 2020
Well, the day of reckoning has finally arrived. After a week of above “normal” weather, we are now into “normal” weather soon to be followed by below “normal” weather. Welcome to winter in Alberta and as my former co-worker once asked me “What is “normal” weather in Alberta. I replied….This. Meaning whatever you get on any given day is normal.
So, as the cold front moved in, it created a nice layer of fog, which in turn started to dress everything in a frosty rime of hoar frost. Looking out the window this morning, it did not look like much, but a photo from my son in Edmonton enticed me to reconnoiter the situation.
I wanted to title this one Up at the A– Crack of Dawn, but that post can be for a different day in summer. As dawn here these days does not really occur until about 8:00 AM and I get up before 6:00 AM, these shots were not really taken at the A– Crack of Dawn.
The Crack of Dawn ©
Cold winter shivers
outdoors at the crack of dawn.