Time for Old Man Winter to make tracks & beat it. Like this:Like Loading... Related Nature, snow, WinterLate Afternoon, Late Winter Image
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Get lost, Old Man Winter!
😁✋🏻 Just Say No To Snow!
Fortunately, nearly all of the snow in my area is gone. Hi Robert. Enjoy the week.
Thanks Neil, you too, spring weather this week, yea!! It’s supposed to hit 70 in Philly?! Amazing.
Strong shadows and light:
A photo’s delight.
I just heard birds chirping and our clocks will jump (or be pushed) ahead an hour six days hence, so Old Man Winter will soon yield to Maiden Spring.
Thanks, Steve. Very, very ready for spring, this week we’ll have some days in the 50’s (degrees, not the Happy Days era again).
Well said, Robert! Winter had plenty of time to show off its power. Now it’s time to leave and make room for Spring.
Thanks, Peter, yep,
You Have To Know
When It’s Time
No more snow here, but it got really super cold last night, so there is frost on all of the rooftops. Ready for the cold mornings to go away.
The melting should start today, real spring temperatures, waa-Hoo!
Another great picture, Robert! 🙂
Thank you, Pit! 🙂
Yes! I second that emotion! We are getting warmer weather this week. I hope it will get rid of the ice. I’m tired of having to put on crampons just to get out of the car and walk into the barn or out to the paddock to get Biasini.
You’d mentioned, not too long ago, that Biasini was already beginning to shed his winter coat, now it’s our turn!
Before you know it you’ll be opening your windows for some of that fresh air!
When I looked at your photo, the word that came to mind was ‘rivulets.’ The reappearance of rivulets recalls their occasional source in springs; let’s hope Spring starts flowing soon!
Yes! I like the way you think! 57 right now, that’s a tropical heat wave for this town, feels great!
But meanwhile, you’ve been making good use of the old man. 🙂
Thank you, Lynn. I think maybe, enough with the icy photogenic types, I’ll be happy to take some pictures of rain and nice warm mud.
🙂 I get that!