My roof glacier has melted a lot!
In the night I was awakened by a thunk but couldn’t find anything amiss inside. Then I realized that some of the roof glacier had probably fallen; in the morning I saw some snowfall underneath the glacier. Between the melting and the falling, I don’t think it’s going to last long!
I’m not Irish, but I appreciate greenery. A lot. And especially if it indicates spring (or summer!). So herewith is a selection of green photos to help you channel your inner leprechaun. 🍀
Have fun being green. 🙂
Setting sun with starlight effect
A gorgeous sunset from Vova Zinger. He has many beautiful photos at his site.
The sun peeks through trees and crisp, clear air on a northern morning.
‘An Opening’An Opening
A beautiful yellow flower for your Thursday from Ebb Then Flood. I hope you stop by for a visit. Cheers.
The snow is starting to disappear from these needles.
I am sure however that winter isn’t finished with us yet. It will try to re-assert itself and will snow, huff, blow, and swirl, but its efforts will dwindle until … spring!
The Woodland Cove
A beautifully tranquil and serene landscape from Peerless Cynic. I hope you stop by Peerless’s site to see more peaceful and lovely scenes.
There’s a lot of snow on our roof, and it’s beginning to get soft, melty and slidey.
Right now it’s up there solidly, but it either will come down with a thunk or will simply melt away.
I predict that this particular roof glacier will fall rather than melt, but we’ll see. The snowy awning over the door has been trimmed back, eliminating any danger of a sudden snow dump while exiting the house, so it’s fun to watch the progression of the rest of it.
Another example of Spring having warm color as well. A fallen tree collected debris over the years and created a dam downstream from Murphy Falls. …03.13.2023 Monday Mood
A beautiful spring picture from Stephen Gingold. I hope you take a look at his many beautiful photos.