We had a snow storm here in southern New Hampshire yesterday, so I wasn’t able to get any photos outside. Instead I had to wait until today to get some photos of the neighborhood. March snowstorms around here end up dumping a few inches of heavy wet snow, the good thing is that it usually doesn’t stick around too long since the temperatures are finally getting warmer as we get closer to Spring.
Not too difficult for me to use my phone to take photos, especially since I’m addicted to my iPhone and I will be seen using it throughout the day. It’s to the point where I think my thumbs are getting some kind of repetitive stress injury from all of the screen swiping I do all day.
There’s not a lot of places where the gritty city of Nashua would appear very photogenic, but I tried my best. We do have some nice parks in the area, so here’s a photo of the park near our house. Yesterday’s snowfall does make for some nice shadows of the tree branches.
There’s a small playground on the far end of the park. My 3 year old calls this ‘Two Slide Park’. I’m not sure why he calls it this since it has three slides. I’ve been known to call it ‘Two Slide Park’ when talking to other adults, who will have no idea what I’m talking about.
And here’s a shot taken from a bridge in another park nearby. My son told me to wait until the ducks landed in the river before taking the photo. Already he’s a critic of my photographic compositions.
And here I am about to get hit in the head with a large chunk of snow.