Scarlett and I, instead, elected to pursue frosty scenes courtesy of the snow fall we had overnight and the freezing mist that had preceded the snow.
It was a brisk 6ºF (-14 ºC) as we headed out of our snow-covered neighborhood and towards the nearby ranching community to see what we could see.
Pretty soon I'd escaped suburbia and entered a much more serene and nicely snow-covered area where I tend to take pictures while remaining close to home.
I really liked the Hoar Frost on the below tree, and the sun cooperated by highlighting it nicely:
On a day with less clouds along the front range mountains, one would be able to see Mount Evans in the shot below:
Leaving the area, I spotted the fellow below watching me warily as I waited for an opening in the traffic pattern:
Scarlett and I went over to the back area of the Blackstone Country Club for the shot below:
A look at County Line Road south of the Blackstone Country Club and east of the junction with Elbert Road:
By now, temperatures had soared into the 20s Fahrenheit so it was time to mosey on home after tanking up. Traffic was picking up in the mall areas as expected but I made it home with no issues except for one idiot cager in the Safeway parking lot who thought she had to take up both lanes.