This morning when I rose around 7:30 a.m. it was 12 degrees outside with a wind chill of about -5 or thereabouts, depending on how one measures such things.
Coming after a February that was delightfully too warm, this has been an adjustment. I hope the fruit trees/grape vines and other food sources survive.
I shot these photos early yesterday morning with that little Nikon Coolpix 3200S, which I paid $60 for during a Black Friday deal a few years ago. It has been the best $60 I think I ever spent. To be such a throw-away camera I have taken some very decent photos with it.
|Snow/ice/sleet on the ground.|
|A little ice on the trees.|
|Will the blooms on my forsythia return, I wonder?|