Some images I found online to share:
neat light effect
fencerow (the most common view)
an interesting shot
Before going to bed yesterday, I heard tinging on my window and saw that it was snowing - a lot! Until I fell asleep, I listened the heater blast on and off and the sound of an occassional wet-snow-drop patter into my window.
Today the ground was covered in a snow and ice blanket and the melted snow rained from roofs and trees while sunlight shone from a bright white cloudy sky.
Both last night and today I debated going out to the field and taking pictures...I want just a few more...but I stayed indoors, feeling a bit under-the-weather, and did my homework diligently.
And I have good hw news: I finished reading/translating Mrs Hamamoto's book! I got through the last part today. Just in time for my last Japanese class this semester Monday at 1 pm. I didn't time it to be so exact - in fact, there were weeks when we got behind considerably. But in the end it work out perfectly. It's a great relief.
A final note for today relating to Japanese Truce at Bakura. I found someone online who has posted the first 2 chapters and final chapter of the book online in Japanese! Sadly, the only scene including Dev was his death scene x_x