High Noon

I was up rather earlier this morning than I wanted to be. Noon seemed a rather long time away, but I got into editing a few photos and time just flew. Suddenly, it was 11:40 am … twenty minutes before noon. I grabbed the camera.

The sun was shining. We’ve had a lot of rain recently, so almost all the snow is gone except for a patch way back in the woods. You can see it, if you look carefully.

An hour and a half later, the sun is gone. The sky is gray and it’s cold, suddenly. Oh well.

Categories: Nature, New England, Photography

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18 replies

  1. Dreary Easter Sunday weather. I believe Cecil B. DeMille was exacting revenge after our snarky comments about “The Ten Commandments”. So let it be written, so let it be done.

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  2. Finally the snow is gone, yay!


    • I’m always amazed at how quickly it vanishes once the spring rains begin. This year, it took a little longer and we still have some piles of ice here and there … they will take another week to go away. But once the melting begins in earnest, it is finished in short order. But it’s still not spring. Just not winter. We are in the “waiting” phase, the mini-season between seasons.


  3. That was fast. Now for the green stuff to show through, along with some coloured blooms.


  4. I know this feeling when time flies. Editing image is so much fun that you really can forget the time. We have some strange weather changes in Germany too at the moment. One moment you have sun and spring weather, another moment it hails and then we had snowy days in March. Very strange.


    • It sounds like home. It’s snowing at the moment. It won’t stick, the ground is too warm, but it was 60 degrees yesterday and it was raining a few minutes ago. One day, in about two weeks, the temperature will rise about 40 degrees and it will be summer. Something about the prevailing winds.


  5. The weather has changed so quick. You were sharing snow pics few weeks before and look at it now ! no trace of it. Unusual things happening at your end.


  6. Ah ha, it seem to have gone there and yet it was snowing here today.


  7. Your snow certainly made a quick escape. We had a few flakes this morning, but nothing that stayed. We had such a good week of warmer weather, going for walks and even eating lunch outside on the porch. Now we have low tempertures and even some morning frost. No rain today for a change, but a real big nip in the air. March weather does what it wants to it seems.


    • We had a LOT of rain over the past ten days. Some rains so heavy, you couldn’t see past the curtain of water. Fortunately, all of the worst ones were overnight. I like it better when it rains at night. It was warm, warm, cold, warm, warmer, colder … The weather has been weird and changing minute by minute. We are getting closer to summer and if I don’t miss my guess, we will go directly to summer, skipping spring entirely. It’s not that unusual around here. We always hope for spring, but rarely get it. Something about the way our winds blow.


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