Late Winter in Wisconsin can bring some intense snowstorms. This last Sunday was one of those storms. The snow started lightly and then around mid morning it started coming down hard. It wasn’t a lot of snow but enough to make the roads difficult to drive with all the ruts before the snow plows could catch up.
I drove over to one of my favorite areas in Southern Wisconsin. A small park in Rock County called Carver Roehl County Park. Fortunately my truck was able to navigate the parks road with the 6-8 inches of snow. I was the only one in the park, it was beautiful and all mine.
I hiked a short section of the area along the creek and limestone bluffs. Winter is a good time to photograph this area, the snow helps to illuminate the dark and heavily shaded limestone. The sound of the snow falling was amazing.