Just because … a look at the snow today. More tomorrow (and more and more) …

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Done with antique toning … but it is very now. The sun is beginning to set, so I guess I’ll see the rest of the story tomorrow morning.

Categories: Black & White, Blackstone Valley, Photography, snow, Winter

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37 replies

  1. I love your editing here. A lotta snow in a short space of time. Wouldn’t it be nice to spread it out evenly over the winter


  2. I look forward to more wonderful snow pictures through at least July. It will still be on the ground then, won’t it?


  3. It is really nuts. Are you going stir crazy? I guess catching up on reading passes the time, and we do love seeing your photos! πŸ™‚


    • I’m okay. Surprisingly well. I wish I could get up the driveway to get some different pictures. I can’t even get out on the deck … there’s 5 feet of snow out there. Otherwise, though, we’re good. We have food, heat, cable TV, DVDs and WiFi. And each other.


  4. I cannot imagine living through this! The last blizzard I experienced was Chicago’s 1967 Blizzard which still holds a record there. I do worry what all of this strange weather might mean for the summer though. Here in Oklahoma, we’ve already hit the upper 70’s… in February!!

    I deeply hope that when springtime visits you, she comes softly, allowing all the snow and ice to melt slowly.

    Your photographs are lovely. Now I want a cup of hot chocolate! πŸ˜€


  5. Look at the bright side – the drought is over!

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  6. I can’t believe how you guys have gotten — and are still getting — pounded. It’s pretty, but, hey, enough is enough, right?


    • It’s gotten ridiculous and sort of weird. We got the light amount — a mere foot this time. Boston got more than two feet in THIS storm and more to come. And it’s all been since the Super Bowl. Nature holding a big confetti parade? If so, can she maybe stop for a while? This is a bit nuts.

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  7. I can’t see my carrrrrrrrrrrrrr! (Middle of NH.) The sun is setting? That means it is about 1:30 pm. I’m not sure I’ve seen the sun since moving up here! I’m forgetting what clear blue sky looks like. There used to be things called shadows…

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    • Thanks. Also, VERY deep. It’s gone over our fences, buried cars. My tables and chairs are gone and the stairs are a ski slope. And about that driveway … Spring will come (OM) …

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      • And we complain about two inches… πŸ™‚


        • I don’t even know how much snow we got this time. Apparently around 10 inches, with I don’t know how much more to come in the next few days. But other places have gotten more than 2 feet … on top of the 5+ that was already on the ground. This has been wild and crazy.


          • Our country would just grind to a halt with half of that!


            • Our region HAS ground to a halt. Everything is closed. New England is closed till spring, or next Monday, whichever comes first. The problem has become where to PUT the snow. There is so much of it, there’s nowhere left. The piles of snow by the sides of the roads are 20 feet high or higher in places. It’s ridiculous.

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              • Oh Lord! The only places here that could cope I think wouuld be the few ski resorts in the Scottish mountains.

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                • The governor declared a state of emergency. But that’s really to get help from nearby states — the ones who aren’t themselves buried. We’ve been in a state of emergency for three weeks and will be until winter moves out. They are dumping snow into the harbor now because there’s nowhere to put it. But the trains are stopped. The airports are closed. Commuter rail is closed. No buses. And most side road are dangerous. Many of us have cars we aren’t going to see until the spring thaw. Garry’s yellow car is invisible. Just a hump of snow. Hard to believe it’s just about 5 weeks until spring. It’ll be okay as long as the melting doesn’t come with heavy rains, because that would mean flooding … and this is a river valley, so flooding is not rare. I’m glad we have food, fuel, and no where we need to be for at least a week. Because we couldn’t get there … anywhere …

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