The snow started falling here about 11am and was light with a few times when it stopped all together. The first time it stopped I was outside on the small front lawn area where the Bradford Pear has dropped its leaves and we haven’t got round to picking them all up. On a green lawn they do not look particularly notable , but when you add a little bit of snow, the effect accentuates the slightly up-tilted leaves. I have found that snow does this at other times, including the remnant daffodil hedge that was growing in Barrington Hall, Ga but was tough to see in the lawn. Adding a slight layer of snow to cover the lower grass, and the daffodil leaves stood out beautifully.