I know late winter snowfalls are a hassle for most people. I know. Especially after spring seems to have arrived. Having to deal with piles of snow after dealing with it all winter long is not fun for most people. I am not most people. I love winter. I love snow. I love the cold. … Continue reading Photos from a recent snowstorm
Exactly six years ago to the day, there was a freezing spell overnight. It rained over fallen snow, then it quickly froze, encapsulating plants in a sheath of ice. This sort of thing is dangerous for trees, because it makes their branches so heavy that it can split them apart. Back in college, in Vermont, … Continue reading A freezing spell
One winter day, as I finished work late in the evening, about eight o'clock, I went out to the parking lot and saw my MINI looking this: I hadn't expected that. It had rained earlier in the day, particularly during lunch and it had continued to drizzle through the afternoon. The evening had brought a … Continue reading The day our MINI froze over
Here are some more photographs taken in Cabin John Park during winter. Enjoy and don't forget to check out part one if you haven't seen it already.
These hot summer temperatures are sure making me look at winter photos in a whole new light... So for the next couple of days, I'll feature winter scenes from one of the parks that we visited a lot while we lived in the DC area: Cabin John Regional Park. Enjoy!
We've been hit by a serious heat wave during the past few weeks, with very little rain and ridiculously high temperatures (not normal for Southern Transilvania, where summers used to be a balmy 25-27 degrees Celsius when I was a kid). So I started to think fondly of colder times and gladly contemplated freezing weather … Continue reading Thinking of colder times
The weather's been really odd in Romania this past week or so. After meteorologists announced a long, warm autumn, the weather turned unseasonably cold -- terribly cold -- for October. It snowed up to 10 cm or more some places, and where I live, we had hail the size of small pebbles -- in October, … Continue reading Hailstorm in October
The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse is the oldest surviving screw-pile lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. It was built in 1856 (before the Civil War), and installed at the mouth of the Patapsco River, where it marked the shoal known as Seven Foot Knoll for 133 years. We visited it during our recent trip to Baltimore. … Continue reading The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse
No, my site isn't turning into a photo blog. It's just that I am really busy lately, and only have time to post photos.