Spring Thaw and Flood – 76/365

I have got very behind on posting my photographs due to various factors including illness and major renovations (with huge amounts of building dust everywhere), but I am making a start on catching up. Most days I was able to take photographs, so little by little I will be sharing them here. 

On this day, although it was bitter cold, the ice had begun to melt on previous warmer days and the scene was encouraging. Winter will come to an end! I parked on the side of the road and scrambled down icy banks and through dense woods full of thorny wild rose bushes which tore into my jeans to get this image. I have to say it was better seen from the bridge, but there are huge heavy cables strung in front of the scene, so this was a better photograph. 

#365project +G+ 365 Project with thanks to +Simon Davis-Oakley +Patricia dos Santos Paton
HQSP Landscape  with grateful thanks to  +Anja Wessels +Hallie Guilfoyle +Michael Garza +Nader El Assy +Vinod Krishnamoorthy +Luca Ferroglio +midori chan #hqsplandscape +HQSP Landscape
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9 Responses

  1. Thanks so much for your comments +Gisela Heeg – plunging back into winter now, but we know it won't be long until Spring!

    Thanks a lot +Sumit Sen 

    Thanks very much +Ursula Klepper 🙂 I appreciate that.

    +Nimi Rajesh – thank you for that lovely comment too!

    It had better be a distant memory +Heiko Mahr – it's still too close for me!

    Thank you Patricia! +Patricia dos Santos Paton 

    Thank you +Sara Hammond – I stick to that idea so I don't stress about it.

    It is indeed, +Michelle Potter – and longer still. But it won't be long…

  2. Looks cold, brrrr. We are having nice days that start at 28F and go up to 65F. Crazy! Still looking at drought situation, better than some areas, but 2/5's of normal rainfall…Don't beat yourself about 365 pictures, your enthusiasm is most important.

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