This Winter I traveled to northwestern Chester County in search of a snowy owl and some horned larks. I didn’t find either. However, I did find some pretty farms, interesting buildings and charismatic farm animals along the way.
Here are some photos of snowy Valley Forge National Historical Park and Chester County. Snow becomes less agreeable to me as I age, but it still looks very pretty.
These views of Valley Forge look down the hill from the Varnum’s Quarters area.
The park was quite full with walkers and sledders under the circumstances.
A drive around northwestern Chester County follows.
Here are some scenes from around my local area which I shot during a short drive after Christmas dinner with family. Here’s hoping everyone had a safe and happy holiday ands is looking forward to the New Year.
Here are some more local houses.
Heavy rain last night washed away our remaining snow, so there was no white Christmas, but a joyful time was had by all.
I took a drive through Berks County recently after a recent snowstorm. The snowfall turned out to be lighter than expected, so by the time I arrived the next day, not much was left. This is a pretty part of Pennsylvania, and I will have to return sometime this year to take some more photos.
We’ve been a little light on snow this Winter. I count this as mostly a good thing. Snow does make for pretty photographs, though.