Photographs by Frank

7 March 2022

Last Embrace of Winter (Maybe?… Hopefully?…)

Filed under: Early Spring,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 4:00 PM

On Saturday afternoon, I took a walk up the unmaintained section of our road. Given the weather forecast, I figured that it might be the last time this season for wintry photos.

The forecast from Saturday turned out to be pretty accurate. The high yesterday (Sunday) was almost sixty degrees and barely dropped into the 40s overnight. There was a lot of bare ground showing this morning. Today’s rain (which started about noon) is making quick work of the remaining snow.

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  1. It is hard to think of snow as an embrace, but these pictures help me see this. thank you.

    Comment by mary jo kelly wilhelm — 8 March 2022 @ 4:54 PM

  2. Kinda reminded me of ice cream scoops! I’m sure most of it has melted by now. Not much left in these parts other than whatever was piled up.

    Hoping with the better weather i can get out and about with my camera – so much to see and so little time. no travel plans for the immediate future.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 9 March 2022 @ 1:59 PM

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