TWISTED RIVER IN EARLY SPRING – THURSDAY’S SPECIAL

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: S-CURVE

Twisted River in March

The banks of the river are an endless series of curves. This is especially prominent in winter, when the water seems black as pitch against the snow along the shore. And yet these were taken in spring. Many inches of snow had already melted and the ice was mostly gone from the river. Not black and white, but definitely monochrome.

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  1. I’m not normally a fan of cold weather either, but if i had something that beautiful within walking distance i reckon i could deal with it ! 🙂 Great Photos.

    We’re 4 days away from the Winter Solstice and so far this YEAR we have had 2 days below 68 degrees. This is one of our wettest months normally and it’s half way over and we’ve had one day (night actually) of any rain at all. Weather is crazy all over the world. It’s currently a beautiful Winter’s day with the bluest of blue skies, no cloud, hardly any breeze and we’re heading for a 70+ day (a-gain).

    Some of us have it tough! 🙂

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    • The world really IS getting hotter, although around here, we are mostly getting a lot of storms. Torrential rains, blizzards, hurricanes. Hot one week, cold the next. No spring. Our flowers have not bloomed because it has been too dark and cold. Weird weather.

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  2. You have no idea how much I appreciate seeing the twisted river lined with snow this time of year. Thank you for the beautiful images, Marilyn. Hope it is not too hot and humid over there.

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  3. It works well with these photos.
    Leslie

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