Throughout the afternoon I watched them there,Snow fairies falling, falling from the sky,Whirling fantastic in the misty air,Contending fierce for space supremacy.– Claude McKay, “The Snow Fairy”
It had snowed earlier, this winter in Nashville, but nothing more than a few flurries. This time was different though; I woke up to a sky full of snowflakes, gently falling down to the ground. I ran outside to see how much had accumulated, but only found tiny snow hills, perfectly sized for ants. So this is winter in the south.
[ This is week 7 of a 52 week photo series: Project 52, where I document the beauty found in Tennessee ]