The snow started falling heavily as we departed from the "Snow House" restaurant and headed into the valley of the Rujiste mountain. We did not come prepared for snow, so our stay on the icy paths wasn't that long. Anyway, we marched bravery through the cold landscapes and with an umbrella in my hand I tried to take as many pictures as I could.
This is a two-part photo series:
Part One: Lunch in the Snow House
Part Two: Strolling the Winter Wonderland
Snowy Mountain RoadsThe road here is usually very accessible, but the snow made it a bit difficult to walk, since there was also a lot of mud. In the beginning of the walk you can see more of the houses and civilization, but as you march on, only woods and hills will surround you. I tried to capture as much of the snow in the distance as I could, but the thick wail of white snowflakes covered up the backgrounds a lot.
A Winter WonderlandAt one point of our walk, I noticed a small opening between some trees that were growing on the side of the road. I saw a small fenced off area, which caught my attention immediately. I wished I could come closer to it, but with the snowfall being heavier and heavier we had to turn back and go to our car.
Paths in the SnowA few houses were completely covered in snow in the far distance. I could barely see them from the snow. In the shot above you can see a small path cutting the snow, making for a nice focus point. Eventually we went back to the car, since we didn't want to get stuck here. The roads were covered completely in snow, but we managed to drive safely on them. As soon as we crossed the mountain slope, the snow changed back to the rain, and we arrived home 30 minutes later...