CEE’S WHICH WAY PHOTO CHALLENGE, WEEK 10 – END OF WINTER?

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 2015 Week #10

Welcome everyone to Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. This challenge’s subject is the roads, walks, trails, rails, by which we move from place to place. You can walk them, climb them, drive them, ride them — as long as the way is visible. Any angle of a bridge is acceptable, as are any signs.

In this week’s entry, I take a look at our local roads as winter draws to a close. Or so I sincerely hope.

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This is the Blackstone Valley, the end of the first week of March 2015. And, we hope, the end of the snowfall for the season.



Categories: Blackstone Valley, Cars and Trucks, cee's photo challenge, Photography, Roads, Traffic, Transportation, Travel

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30 replies

  1. In New England winter has a mind of its own. Now that everything is nice and soggy and watery temperatures are going to go down and turn it all into ice… I predict :p

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  2. Cee, our melting snow is so filthy, I looked at it today and said to me, “No way will I capture that filth!” It’s amazing how dirty snow becomes from cars and pollution in general.

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  3. Oh this beautiful New England sky! I wish for you to see the end of this very snowy winter.

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  4. These photos really show just how overrated snow is by the end of winter. It is not a winter wonderland anymore, more like mud and slush. Great photos though.

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    • Thanks. I don’t even think about it because I’ve always lived in the northeast and there is always snow in the winter. That’s what old snow looks like. Where I live, outside town, it’s still white, though it’s more ice and slush than snow. Shortly, everything will be brown mud. Everywhere. In and out of town.

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  5. I hope this is a good sign of spring for you. Thanks for playing 🙂

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  6. Your photos today are rather shocking. It’s been decades since I lived in an environment that reminded me of the view you captured. I guess it’s been 22 years in mild Southern and Pacific Northwest climates that has spoiled me against the ravages of harsh winters. Dirty melting snow and ice, combined with the destruction extreme cold can have on pavement and sidewalks, is a thing I used to experience often in Ferguson, Missouri. Midwest winter produce these type of pictures. I hope you’ve seen the end of old man winter and that your daffodils pop up soon.

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