Four years ago I made some pictures during the season's first snowstorm in Cambridge, MA where I lived at the time. They are: here.
Later on, I folded some of those into some other work made that winter into a book I called Trees, Sand and Snow
Well, here we are almost four years later on almost the last day of October and we've just had our first snowstorm. Of course, I went out and made some pictures.
The last time I photographed snow it was close to home and this time was too. I no longer live in Cambridge but moved last spring to Acton, a western suburb about 40 minutes from Boston.
By March all this will be the worst, we'll be fed up with snow, everything will be colorless, frozen, and dead-looking. But this early and the first of the season I can't imagine anything more beautiful than fresh snow.
BTW: the first one, of the swamp? I photographed there throughout the summer.
Stay safe and well.