Sunday, February 5, 2012

The Dead of Winter

The refers to it as the "middle of winter, when it is very cold and dark". I agree with that. There are exceptions " when it is very cold and sunny". Those are the days we love to snowshoe through the trails in St. Ann's Bay. We got to do a little of that on Saturday. It looked a lot like it did last year when I took this picture.

Today the sky was dull and produced some snow flurries to blur the edges even more. The pictures I took in the yard made me think of the phrase "the dead of winter". Don't get me wrong, I still think there is beauty in the winter garden.




The red maple

This last one is of St. Ann's Bay on the ferry trip across to Englishtown.

Things will look a lot brighter here tomorrow. I promise!

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