Thursday, November 30, 2006

Reflections

We're still waiting for our winter storm to arrive. Early predictions were for the snow to begin falling late yesterday. We're now told that this afternoon will see the beginning of storm activity. Looks like six inches of snow at a minimum - could be a foot or more in some places. We'll see.

This photo was taken at Racine, Wisconsin's Reef Point Marina in more temperate times last September. Cool and sunny, with a slight breeze that rippled the water, making for lovely reflection patterns.

It's tempting to want to go back to those days instead of bracing for a winter storm, but we must push on, mustn't we?

Mush!

Holiday mood photo

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

4 comments:

Jose said...

Something I love about pictures that have a reflection weather it's water or a window.

SuzanneLieur said...

Your photo makes me long for the days of summer.


Suzanne Lieurance
The Working Writer's Coach
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Sheila said...

Hope you are well prepared. My daughter-in-law will probably have to work from home tomorrow if it's as bad as predicted. Why is it the weather folks always build up the tension as to severity?

Marion said...

We had a blizzard last night, right on the day it was predicted. We ended up with more than a foot of snow...with hugh hillocks of drifts here and there.

Stay warm...I'm looking forward to your snow pictures!