Strange as it may seem to most people, snowflakes in July are not unheard of. We lived in Calgary, Alberta for 15 years and experienced snow in 11 of the 12 months of the year - fortunately not all in the same year. We missed seeing them in July only because we were vacationing in British Columbia - Calgary did have snowflakes during the week we were gone.
However, I'm talking about a different kind of 'snowflake'. It actually goes by the name of Queen Anne's Lace, or wild carrot - and we have an abundance of it. I walked around quite extensively this evening looking at many plants to find my subject and, just like snowflakes, there was a lot of variety among them. I'm glad we're not experiencing the real kind, however. yet.
(70-200mm f5.6 1/500 sec ISO200)
And I would be remiss if I didn't join Scott and others to post a photo for Sunset Sunday.
(18-55mm f5.6 1/80 sec ISO200)