Friday, March 17, 2006

Snowy branches

The snow came. Later and in smaller quantity than predicted, but the snow came nonetheless. This is the view from an upstairs window of my home. The twin titans of cold Canadian air and Gulf of Mexico tropical air continue their shoving match. Today, Gulf of Mexico pushes back. The snow should be gone by tomorrow.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2006 James Jordan.

8 comments:

kristal said...

Beautiful.

Otto K said...

Lovely shot. The color tone is nice.

RennyBA said...

Gorgeus pic! Looks like you have the same weather and climate as we have in Norway. I just love the winter time but now are looking forward to the spring season :_)

glenn said...

must . . . have . . . Spring!

James said...
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James said...

kristal and otto, thanks much!

rennyba, thank you. We have the same weather, but I think Norway has the better scenery.

glenn, the robins began to return from the southlands last week, only to get snowed on this week. They're probably echoing your thoughts exactly (unless they don't mind earthworm a la mode).

BondBloke said...

Love this almost monochrome photo as I love all of your pics - they put mine own efforts to shame...

Jem said...

Lovely shot James. Sounds like you're starting to get fed up with the snow mind you? ;)