It was less than 12 inches of snow, not enough to last very long, but it shut down I-95 and stranded people in their cars for 24 hours. The governor blamed the drivers for going out and trying to get to work. Sign of the times. Around here it melted off pretty quickly and left the trails muddy. There was enough left the next day to make a few pictures of the remnants. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 and a Nikon 85 mm f/2.
Periodically, rain will push the creek up to a minor flood level. The water will spill onto the banks and carry some debris downstream. It doesn't last long, but it's fun to watch. In the winter, it's brown and dirty, but not as muddy as when it happens in the summer, or when there is a big storm. The last rain cleared the leaves from the banks and ground them to mush. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 and either a Tamron SP 35 mm f/1.4 Di USD or a Nikon 70-300 f/4.5