The Sun Breaking Through – 9/365

This scene of snowy winter fields, glazed from the recent rain and subsequent sudden drop in temperature was suddenly brought to life this morning when the light began to break through the clouds in rays. This made the icy fields beside the river suddenly gleam and light up behind the ragged corn stubble above. Zooming in will show you the little winding river, completely frozen over, which is the same one featured on day 7 of the project, where you see the much wider river mouth as it empties into the tidal dykes. You probably wouldn't have as much fun skating on this little meandering section.

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18 Responses

  1. I can almost see my house from there. Ok not really but its a view I recognize. We are fortunate to have such diverse interests in such beautiful settings. The Annapolis Valley is the jewel of Nova Scotia.

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