Winter’s grip slowly easing hint of warmth
~ image, 16 mile creek, Oakville, Ontario
James, as always a big thank you
Buddha guy, merci mon ami
Kage, thank you so much
I live in NY State, where there's snow on the ground.I drove to North Carolina, where forsythias and some flower trees are blooming. It's mid February.
Nothing blooming here but it did get warm enough to chop the ice off the walkway. Small steps.
M.C. your photos are gorgeous.
Ach, we've had one of our best winters (so far, touch wood) on record. Temps are in the 50s today. But ... I empathise. I've got hundreds of photos of what winter can do around here, and I well remember what it's like waiting for winter's icy fist to let go.
Nice job, MC.
There's something about a reflection image that is very attractive to me- the distortion, the sky below, the interference- the forced stillness-a kind of gentle surrealism that I find very calming. Yours is a perfect example and quite beautiful.
Kosh, thank you for dropping in, no signs of spring growth here.
Greenheron, we are enjoying a hint of spring this weekend however let’s not kid ourselves its still winter eh, thank you for coming by.
Boanerges, nice too see you and thank you for reading and sharing, you’re right its not been bad but that can still change.
Rosi, always so nice to see you, I like those elements too and thank you for dropping in.
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