From The Mail [after winter]:
The photos below were sent by viewer Theresa Thomas. They were originally posted on her brother Robert Kloska’s facebook page. Wrote Robert, on December 11, 2016: “Today on the way home from 11:45 a.m. Mass at Sacred Heart Basilica at Notre Dame, I stopped to grab a photo of the snow-covered grotto. As I took the photo, my iPhone shut down, presumably from the cold. As I recharged my phone tonight, I had forgotten that I had even taken the photo. When I looked through my photos, I was stunned to see this strange vertical ‘cloud’ in the photo. It was not visible to my eye when I took it. I’m not sure what to make of it, but it sure got my attention.”
That’s the first photo below.
Then there’s the second one.
Take a look!
Did snow ever look more beautiful (and less cold)?