Wellinski’s shots illustrate the snow globe that is LaPorte County

The black, white and gray colors of Canada geese complement the snow-filled sky.

It’s that mesmerizing kind of snowfall that looks like a 3-D special effect, as these woods on CR 400N illustrate.

The sloped roof of a barn nearly disappears as the snow blankets it and a harvest of hay bales.

Slip slidin’ away: Even with the plow drivers’ constant work, roads were sloppy as the lake effect refused to let up.

Semis on the toll road fade in the horizon.

WNLP photos by Bob Wellinski (click to enlarge)

Readers of a certain age will remember when, in pre-cable days, the TV screen occasionally showed a barely visible image through what was called “snow.” We’ve been experiencing the same kinds of images in real life as, in the first five days of 2018, parts of LaPorte County have been buried under more than 2 feet of lake effect. This weekend it’s supposed to abate. Meantime, Wellinski documents the scenes of the first week of the new year.

2 Responses to “Wellinski’s shots illustrate the snow globe that is LaPorte County”

  1. Helenann

    Jan 06. 2018

    Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. SuzQuz

    Jan 06. 2018

    Keep it up, Bob. Always good photos.

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