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So I've returned to find winter's icy grip has claimed the land - blanketed it in white, misted with fog to gray the horizons and turn the sky to slate.
What can I do but take the camera and go? Those who seek will find signs of Spring in this of course. And that's words enough for now.
Those photo's are stunning!!!!! What a shock to the system, from one extreme climate to the other.
AngelPosted by Angel at February 21, 2005 12:28 AM
But...but......but! I don't see any sand anywhere! :-o
Man those are pretty landscapes. We've got our typical drizzly rainy chilly Begin-O-Spring/End-O-Winter crud goin' on here in the South.
Ah, but it won't be long 'til the fish are staging and hitting any bait you throw at them. Another couple of weeks and the sound you hear will be a 200 Evinrude whining into a new sunrise. At about 80mph lookin' for the ultimate honey hole! Huh? What?
Sorry, I zoned out there for a minute! :-)Posted by JarheadDad at February 21, 2005 01:09 AM
Beautiful. I thought I had seen enough snow in my years up north, but I must say that is beautiful.Posted by Grannylu at February 21, 2005 02:27 AM
I've been in western Washington state for almost 30 years after growing up in Massachusetts for 19. Usually our winters total an inch, maybe a few, and for the most part its just rain and cloudy days. I'll always have wonderful memories of scenes as you've shown, but at my age I don't mind waking up to dry ground ;)
Thanks for sharingPosted by Steve at February 21, 2005 08:04 AM
Well, I am not sure what part of Germany you are in, but I know it isn't Hohenfels. ;) I know that you are glad to have such dramatic change in scenery; when I got back, I didn't want to see sun or sand, I went to the German Alps and it rained almost the whole week. Pure heaven.Posted by SFC SKI at February 21, 2005 11:44 AM Hide Comments | Show/Add Comments in Popup Window(5) | (Note: You must refresh main page to view newly posted comments here)