This week Sue’s dictionary dished up ‘weather,’ and since I’m something of a freaky weather geek I couldn’t resist. Check out A Word in Your Ear for details on the challenge, other weather-related posts, and Sue’s own fabulous prose and photos.
I suppose I’ll arrange these chronologically by season, because, well, why not?
and the snowline slowly retreating up the slopes of Mt. Fuji.
and stunning sunsets.
Autumn for me triggers memories of crisp, sweater-weather days,
deep blue skies framing autumn foliage
splashes of color in snowy trees,
silent, snow-stilled forests,
geese huddling out the weather on frozen ponds,
city parks transformed into wonderlands,
the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time with a shovel,
or just to sit inside with a blanket and a cup of tea and watch it snow.
Thanks once again, Sue, for hosting this challenge. I’ve seen some great photos from others, particularly some stunning shots of lightning, which is something I’m still working on. Cheers!