DECEMBER 2015 – CHANGING SEASONS 12

Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 12

The year is ending. Hard to believe I’ve been photographing the seasons for this entire year.

December 2015 looks exactly like November 2015. No snow (yay). And it’s warm. Most days have been springlike. Cold at night, but balmy by day. I’m just fine with this, even though I know it could change any minute.

So the ground is clear, the air is warm … and winter has not quite arrived. Last year, it didn’t show up until the end of January, so I’m cautiously optimistic. I guess we’ll see.

Please do visit Cardinal Guzman and see his amazing photographs as well as the galleries of the other fabulous participants of this year-long challenge.

Good Hanukkah to all!

26 thoughts on “DECEMBER 2015 – CHANGING SEASONS 12

  1. Wet and warm here too (UK) too wet for some poor souls up in the north of the country, but I for one would welcome colder weather if it comes with some sunshine (but not snow). Love your photos, and nice to see some night shots too 🙂

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  2. It’s the same here: springlike temperatures. I like it, because I generally like warm weather, but it also keeps the costs down (less heating). It’s a shame that I can’t go ice skating, but I’ll manage. 😀

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  3. Isn’t the weather wonderful? This time last year we had snow up to our ying yang for almost two months already. I think I’ve died and gone to heaven.
    Leslie

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  4. It’s supposed to be near 70 this weekend. Which means it will likely be snowing by the New Year. I hate these inconsistent seasons!

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    • If El Nino sticks around, it might be a warm winter all the way through … for us. Worse in the midwest, dryer in the southwest, wetter in the northwest, warmer in western Europe. We shall just have to wait and see!

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    • If El Nino stays put, we’ll both have an easy winter. It would also bring some rain to some drought-ridden areas in California but not to the rest of the southwest. It might make winter in our midwest worse, but parts of Europe (including England) warmer. IF it stays put. Big IF, but it would make me happy. I could do without an Siberian experience again.

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