Did ya know?  This month, all month, is National baking month.  For us bakers and food photographers, we are in heaven.  Show us your best recipe with a picture.  We will pick the best one  and give you a posting spot on our blog at the end of the month.  Good Luck!


We had a great time in the below zero weather taking pictures of our “snowbow.”

According to Christopher Baird a physics professor “Strictly speaking, a rainbow is defined as only caused by raindrops. However, the exact same physics that happens in raindrops also happens in snow and ice crystals and so they can also create color patterns similar to rainbows. They are just not called “rainbows”. They are called “icebows”, “halos”, “sun dogs” or “arcs”. Because ice and snow crystals have more complicated shapes than spherical raindrops, they can create more complicated color patterns than regular rainbows.”

So there you have it.  Our “Snowbow” explained.  We just think it’s pretty whatever you call it.