«The Changing Seasons» is back once again…

I haven’t taken a lot of pictures this month. Bad weather. Cold. Too much snow, too much mud. Too much ice. And so, for this month, just three pictures. The river. The naked trees. The woods with snow.

It has also been a strange month, ranging from warm as summer, to snowing hard and bitterly cold. I think it is warming up and by the time we enter April, we will be more or less at normal temperatures. But early spring in New England is an erratic season.

The corner of the river where the water swirls in circles. I’m sure there’s a proper name for it.

Sometimes, we don’t have spring at all. It stays cold and nasty until sometime in May when, magically, it gets warm and cozy and everything blooms.

And a gallery from Garry who, unlike me, actually went out in the snowy weather and took pictures. Uxbridge, in the snows of March.

We are not there yet. We are still mud and ice and piles of dirty snow … but not for long. According to our calendar, today is the first day of spring. It’s warmer than yesterday and the dripping is drippier than even it was earlier. There’s a lot to dribble away before it is truly spring, but I trust in the seasons. Mostly.

The Changing Seasons is a Monthly Photo Challenge started by

7 thoughts on “THE CHANGING SEASONS: MARCH 2017

  1. swo8 March 20, 2017 / 3:23 pm

    Still some neat photos. I think they have predicted warmer than usual weather for the Spring. That should dry things up nicely.


    • Marilyn Armstrong March 20, 2017 / 7:22 pm

      As long as we do get SOME rain. We are finally NOT in a drought situation. it would be good to stay that way. At least for one year.

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  2. Bette A. Stevens March 20, 2017 / 6:02 pm

    Beautiful photos! I actually got out to take a few myself today, being the first day of spring. Snow, snow everywhere. Lovely too, but I’m counting on spring! 🙂


    • Marilyn Armstrong March 20, 2017 / 7:24 pm

      I went out and took some pictures too. There’s still a LOT of snow on the ground. I think it will be almost gone … maybe a week? It’s melting. There’s just a lot to melt.


  3. lwbut March 21, 2017 / 12:40 am

    That Church could be a snow sculpture! 🙂 – Love your work!



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