I was covering our latest snowstorm for work a couple of days ago, this time along the shoreline of Connecticut. A quick “high impact” storm to say the least, but it still managed to “dump on us” a lot more aggravation for this winter.
As I was heading up I-91 back toward Hartford, the sun started to peak through the clouds and lit up the East Rock Park, Soldiers and Sailors Monument like I have never seen. Getting off the highway I managed to find a great vantage point at a local school to take some pictures. After getting out of my vehicle I noticed at least three other people taking pictures of the monument also. One of them commented that It is not often you see the rock slope and the monument all with snow on it with the sun out. As soon as the suns rays hit the rocks, the snow either melts, or slides down the cliffs. This was a unique moment to be sure. Here is to experiencing more of Connecticut’s winter beauty!