What you see pictured here is no example of trick photography. It's our back kitchen window area, with a lantern and bird feeders touching or getting close to touching the snow. Good thing this wasn't all water! I think a snow table has something to do with the measurement of the equivalent amount of water that would have fallen had all the snow been of the liquid variety and at certain temperatures. Most of the time, I hear the meteorologists telling us, after a solid, drenching spring deluge that it was a good thing this wasn't all snow. They throw out some statistical reference as to the amount of snow we'd be shoveling had it all been white stuff. I enjoy a good cover of snow, but this time of year moving another 8 inches or so of snowfall ain't fun. Let me see. How many days until Florida?