Great photo. Love the reflection of the house in the puddle of melting snow. Wonderful.
Oh, thank you. I was so pleased with how it came out. My "photography" these days is strictly the iPhone!
Mud, ice and puddles. Yep, it's February, right? :)
One of my favorite months, really!
That is a cool picture with the house reflection! Do you know that it went above 90 today here? Too hot already!
I do know! Because our friend in Austin posted it was 89 on Instagram, with pics of dangling feet in water. It was very warm here, too. But 30 degrees cooler than you!
That's a great picture! Do you know Monica (DawnTreader) from Sweden and her blog? She often participates in something called "Weekend Reflections" and posts pictures of all sorts of reflections I would probably never think of.I do so admire creative minds!
I do! But thanks for telling me in case I didn't. I've got to admit that I had no idea the reflection was there. I was just concentrating on the puddle! It was a nice surprise to see the house.
Great photo, Nan.
Love you imageand no snow here this yearand 80 today
Still looks pretty cold there. I hate mud season. Annie, and I must admit I, drag in so much of it. UGH.... We have daffodils blooming here. Crazy weather.
I'm kind of fond of mud season. The frost heaves aren't so much fun though.
Lovely picture, Nan. The snow looks like waves.
Crazy weather in New England, no?
I love it!
Early Spring in New England must be a wonderful awakening time -- so much promise, so many things to plan. I always enjoyed March when we lived (all year) in Oregon -- a great garden planning month and things peeking out of the ground. (But it was never quite as cold and snowy there as you have. But certainly colder and grayer and damper than it is here in Florida. I am feeling rather seasonless.
Maybe 'seasonless' but what beauty!
Now I'm worried about my vision! I couldn't figure this photo out and obviously everyone else sees it. I remember the pictures in Psyc class that everyone else saw one way and I couldn't!
haha! Grass, then patio with puddle, then patio without puddle, snow each side, and in the puddle is the reflection of the house - 3 windows lower, and a double window upper. The 3 lower are actually the reflection of the upstairs windows, and the double is the downstairs kitchen window.
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