Monday, January 23, 2006

Snow in Nashville


Nashville's snow storm arrived about a week ago on a Tuesday night and departed on Wednesday morning, after it miraculously sugarcoated the urban landscape with an alarming half-inch of immaculately brittle snow.

In and around Nashville, that's enough to close all schools for at least a day, and wreak havoc among drivers and their unequipped driving machines.

A full inch and poor Davidson county would have been declared a disaster struck area.

Anyway, it was quite enjoyable to indulge in a justifiably late drive to work, while catching a few glimpses of a rare and enthralling sight, before it slowly melted away into memory.


Blogger nour said...

we are turning into rough winters...everywhere..
though with joy i look at such pictures, it reminds me of the misery caused in lebanon buy such severe weather.

very nice picture, a little hard to see the houses in the background... do you mean to show the harshness by these bare trees?

2:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't ask y, this pic reminded me of the sugar bun i used to have when we used to spend our summers in the mountains. yummyyyyyy


10:06 AM  
Blogger Fouad said...

Not really Nour. The amount of snow that fell overnight was barely noticeable, and I wouldn't qualify the storm as harsh. The sight from my bedroom window was just pretty to look at, hence the picture.

sugar buns :) I'm not sure what you're talking about but I'm pretty sure they're delicious :)

8:43 PM  

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