WHICH WAY – ST. PATRICK’S DAY EDITION

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – March 17, 2017


Way out in the desert – Photo: Garry Armstrong
Stairs and the last snow … but not really
Photo: Garry Armstrong – The last snow … except not exactly

The very last snow? I certainly hope so!

12 thoughts on “WHICH WAY – ST. PATRICK’S DAY EDITION

  1. lwbut March 18, 2017 / 12:41 am

    Great photos! It looks like the natives are sending smoke signals in the first one 🙂

    Our weather is not a severely weird as yours but I have Spring flowers breaking our as new shoots – only it is the start of Autumn her!. Summer tried it’s best but it got interrupted half-way through by a winter-sized downfall of rain and a few cooler days and now the plants think were back to Spring 😦 I fear they’re going to be sorely disappointed.

    love.

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    • Marilyn Armstrong March 18, 2017 / 1:05 am

      That was a real cloud. It did look like smoke. Weird, eh?

      We are still wrapped in snow and ice, but it should melt during the next few days. A week from now, it will be sort of spring. It’s not a season we get much of around here. We tend to go more or less directly from winter to summer, often during a single day.

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  2. angloswiss March 18, 2017 / 2:33 am

    All good shots but love the first one. Snow is now a thing of the past here.

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    • Marilyn Armstrong March 18, 2017 / 3:03 am

      It’ll be gone from here in another week, too. It’s melting now, so next week will be mud. Then it’ll be cold, but not AS cold. By the beginning of April, it will be spring or almost spring. May IS spring, but two weeks later, caterpillars will eat the trees. It’s good to know ones future.

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    • Marilyn Armstrong March 18, 2017 / 12:26 pm

      It really has to be. EVERYbody’s back is gone and I think the shovel is about to collapse 😀

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  3. swo8 March 18, 2017 / 3:29 pm

    It’s still possible to get yet another snow storm. It’s only March (dang it!) The dogs are cute on the stairs.
    Leslie

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    • Marilyn Armstrong March 18, 2017 / 4:22 pm

      I know, but right now, I’m enjoying watching the water dribble off my roof. At least things will be clear and storms in April don’t last. We had one on April 1st in the 1990s. It was more than 24 inches, but it was also gone (with a lot of flooding) in three days.

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  4. Leanne Cole March 18, 2017 / 6:02 pm

    Anything with snow in it and you have my attention, they are beautiful Marilyn.

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    • Marilyn Armstrong March 18, 2017 / 6:21 pm

      Thank you, Leanne. Winter is rough around here, but at least snow makes beautiful pictures.

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