Knoxville got hit this week with its first real snow of 2014.
Shutterbug that I am, I couldn’t wait to document it with photos. Here they are!
Alley behind — note that the fence to the left borders the Knoxville Zoo.
The falling snow here is not a computer-generated animation. It’s real snow (photographed, of course).
The juniper bed at the front of our front yard.
UPDATE: The snowfall pictured above, the week of January 29, was followed on February 12 by a much deeper and heavier snow. For comparison:
The snow got even deeper from here!
As before, real snow — not a computer animation!
Except for the animated falling snow in our back yard, the above shots were taken at night on Feb. 12. The following morning (the day before Valentine’s Day), these were forthcoming:
A 360-degree panorama shot taken with my iPhone 4s, using the Cycloramic app.
The remaining photos, below, are for comparison with those of the lighter and earlier snowfall above:
Some welcomed the snow.
Others swept it off their walks.