After taking many photos of the snow from a distance, I headed home as the sun was setting and I thought that the amount of snow that day was the best I would get – boy was I wrong! Two days later, I opened my blinds and I just saw WHITE! Falling white! It was snowing for real now. It was amazing catching snowflakes on my tongue and the silence was a new experience.
The snow was falling heavily and I decided to go up Calton Hill to see more. When I got up there – it took a while because everything was so slippery and my boots had no grip – it was white and amazing! It was so beautiful and peaceful. The only problem was my camera was getting wet so I had to lean over it to take photos but it was fun crunching around in the snow. Then I realised I needed to get down Calton Hill and my boots had been a bad choice! I had to find a railing and go extremely slowly, some younger boys decided to sit down and slide to the bottom which just made it more slippery! But it was snow and I was so happy. It was so cool to have snowflakes land on my eyelashes.
What a treat!