This will be my very last winter close shot for this season.
Go on. Click it bigger. You know you want to.
One day, it’s 52 Fahren. The very next day, we’re getting a foot of snow. Then, the windchill is -32. Then, it’s 42 Fahren.
That’s how we’re rolling this week in my neck of Canadaland.
So I really need to meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…
P.S. Happy Pi Day. Celebrate with a slice of pie. Here’s how they do it at MIT.
Little Miss Grumpy exits left.
9 thoughts on “Close Shot Friday 045”
I’m sad that it might be the last winter shot but I’m glad that I got see the season virtually with you while staring at the warm sunshine outside my Florida window. 😉
I hear ya, Katie, but I’m having a hard time sympathizing right now. 😀 It has been a verra long winter, and typical of “what winter used to be like” in my neck of Canadaland. I’m getting a new winter wardrobe. The end. As always, thanks for taking the time to comment.
What’s wrong with winter – particularly when you can get awesome images like this one? Maybe I am just grumpy because where I have been there has hardly been much winter at all. I should probably take the right exit… I do look forward to seeing your spring photos, though.
There is nothing wrong with winter, and thank you! It was bone-chilling cold here this year, which is not typical of our area. I must rethink my winter gear before next winter. Long Johns, taller + uglier boots, a trapper hat, lots of orange so I won’t be mistaken for a deer. 😀 Are you in the PNW? If you are, I understand where you are coming from. 😉
Right now I am on the western coast of Norway, but heading towards Seattle next week. It’s pretty much the same meagre winter both places…
Norway I expected to be quite wintry.
First of all it depends where in Norway you are talking. The west coast of Southern Norway is less wintry than the rest. But even more so this winter has generally not been wintry at all. Thanks for the climate changes I am quite sure.
Great photo! We’re exiting our period of numbingly cold weather–but they’re calling for snow . . .
Thank you, Daniel! The pluses are 1) our farmers need the snow and 2) the cold temps are killing the nasty bugs. I’m ready for growing season. 🙂 And flip-flops.
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