Well, almost anyway. Most of the overt evidence of winter has faded in the past few weeks, and while there’s still a little snow here and there, the lakes are partially frozen, and the mornings are quite cold, the days are notably longer, the birds have started their spring songs, and the first signs of buds are appearing on the trees. So it’s time to wrap up this little series and move along, but I saved one last photo that seems quite an appropriate way to finish up this look back at the cold, dark winter.
Our theme for today is reflections. Featuring water in a liquid state as they do, these photos were either taken at the beginning of the winter, before I knew the full extent of just how unpleasant it would be, or near the end, when there seemed the faintest glimmer of hope that one day the world would not be trapped beneath a permanent layer of ice and snow.
We had a lot of snow this year. A lot. So for the second installment in this series, I present a collection of photos I simply call “Stuff Sticking out of Snow”. Did I mention we got a lot of snow this year?
See, I told you it was a lot of snow. I mean, Godzilla himself was waist-deep (and not happy about, I’m sure).