Visual scalar deception

Lawn melting snow

The Guru and I took a stroll in the last of the day’s sunlight (at least in our neighborhood), and found only a few bits of snow remaining in the sun. In the shade: more.

Although these may look like huge drifts perhaps on dense wheat stubble, it’s a manicured lawn composed of one of those heat-hardy southern grasses that turns brown to cheer you up in the winter….

Thus: show thickness is a mere centimeter or so.

And the audio track was mostly drip drip drip….


  1. OOTF says:

    Good riddance frozen stuff. Nice for a couple days then evaporates. My kind of Georgia winter.

  2. kayak woman says:

    We will certainly still have piles of snow in the woods up on the shores of Gitchee Gumee in May this year!

  3. Sherry says:

    …..maybe even June!