The light on the mountains at this time of year is beautiful. Although not quite a full-on Sangre color it was close. A Vallecito Mountain sunset never disappoints.
When it warmed up enough for the snow to melt it looked like all the walls in town were weeping.
The day after the storm we had a little wander around the famous, Mabel Dodge Luhan House, which always looks beautiful in the snow.
Stay warm wherever you are. We had a -8ºF morning on Sunday. It’s warmed up a little since. Today it was 12ºF at 7 am, and the high was 36ºF.
As always, thank you for looking. Have a good week. G
10 thoughts on “Mountain Sunset, Weeping Walls, Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Snow”
We stayed in the Mabel Dodge Luhan home once–it was lovely!! Glad to see the photos of it. Barbara Caton
It’s a great place for staying and the history from a particular era. Thank you, Barbara. G
especially love “weeping wall” and “ladder and door. Hope 2022 is peaceful and productive.
Productive so far. The same to you my friend. Thanks, Ron. G
You caught Mother Nature playing well with our environment. As aways, just so darn beautiful!
Somewhere I have a series of weeping walls over the years. Thank you, Susan. Stay well. G
Lovely set of photo–every one of them a winner. Have a great 2022.
Thank you so much, Bob. Looking forward to a very good year. So far so good! G
Is that a ? On the mountain and Thankyou for sharing the snow.
It’s Olive Oyl. The shape of the trees is referred to as “Cornwoman” or Weaving “Woman”. I’m happy to share. Thank you, Alsion. G