Friday, 27 December 2013

Snow driving

Normally, we show winter photographs during the daytime... well, er, at least during the midday twilight, for what it is worth. However, as you might imagine, much of the time is dark and snow and poor visibility. That can be tricky to photograph. However, today we've something that looks a bit more typical.

A more typical view of the KAIRA site in winter. (Photo: D. McKay-Bukowski)

Actually, on this particular occasion, we managed to get the vehicle stranded. The snow was soft and when we had trouble starting it, we over spun the wheels, which dug down and left the vehicle stranded on a mini-snow-hill.

It took about 3 hours to dig it out.     :-P

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