Photo Challenge: Seasons

I went for a great walk today. Great for several reasons. The weather right now is outstanding, the sun is shining, I had my camera and I live near gorgeous park areas. Even though the weather can be unpredictable and seasons difficult to clearly identify, I feel like today was a perfect spring day. I’m not saying we shouldn’t expect more winter, but today it was spring.

below the reservoiredge of the waterreservoir and mountain viewfence with ice and snow

Plants are thinking about coming to life. There is still some snow and ice around, but most of the pathways are clear, making for good walking conditions. I did find a set of stairs that I’ve obviously walked past many times before. Of course I followed them down, looking for a different route home. My plans were thwarted by icy slopes in the trees and I had to backtrack. I will carry my camera and explore again when the real spring arrives.

I just realized that this is the 400th post I have made. I’m not a big numbers person, but I do love it when someone else keeps track for me!

8 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Seasons

  1. More great photos, Terri, even if they were all Cush-less. The weather was rather spring-like out here in the Big Apple this weekend. We’ve had a pretty mild weather this year if you exclude the blizzard that dumped 105 billion pounds of snow on NYC and brought the city to a grinding halt last month.

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    1. Thanks, V. We’ve had a couple of mild winters. That only makes me suspicious about what might happen next year, though I’m not one to worry about weather. It is what it is, regardless of how much people whine, right?

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  2. I loved going to Glenmore when the ice was pinging and the bubbles of ice were clear as glass… Thanks for reminding me of wonderful sunny sharp days in Calgary

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    1. You’re welcome, Karin. It really is beautiful. I can understand you missing the ice in Texas!

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  3. I am sure the place must look beautiful in the spring.

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    1. Yes, Colline, we do actually get some green then. I’ll post then, though it is sometimes a fleeting moment. Lots of the prairie grass is dry and brownish for most of the summer!

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  4. I think you have some pretty photos, even though some of the trees are bare.

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    1. Thanks, Ranu. I love the structural look of the trees with no leaves – like we can really see how they’re made.

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