I just couldn't help myself. I know I can post only so many pictures of my snow and ice covered deck before it gets boring. I'm making a montage for myself of what it looks like each day - snow, ice, snow on ice, more snow, some melting, more snow... etc.
But I admit I am suffering from winter fatigue. I think we've been spoiled in this area over the past few years with mild winters and little snow.
Then I read the comment on the last post, left by a local fabric artist. Dye the snow? Hmmm... my mind immediately went to stencils and sprays! It was too cold to spend much time outside (with no coat and houseshoes, juggling camera, stencil, cardboard, and spray). I tried to stencil in some green leaves next to a dead branch on my deck that has been covered in snow. I used Dylusions spray ink since it is water soluble (which is why detail quickly becomes lost). Tried to use the cardboard to prevent overspray, but the wind blew the spray under the cardboard anyway.
And there you have it. I know spring is on the way because I see green vines and leaves! I checked on it this morning, but it is already covered in another layer of snow, so I don't know how well Dylusions holds up long term on the snow.