Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Setting A Mood


There was another snow storm last night and it is continuing today.

We knew this was coming when we were at Point Pleasant Park yesterday morning.
The colour of the sky was a dead giveaway.
We were happy we were where we were, 
so that we could try to capture the mood.



18 comments:

  1. Wow, that is stunning, a wonderful vista, ( Can I use this word? It is so often used by journalists talking about a garden!!) showing a sky that will herald in another storm. Keep safe, warm, and happy.

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    1. Jean, feel free to use any word you desire here.....this is a 'free word' zone!
      We are safe, warm and happy, thanks.

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  2. What a spirit-lifting photo! Happy snowy day to you.

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    1. Thanks Anita. Nice to meet you. I can only imagine that you have a lot of snow as well today.

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  3. I knew this sky colour was going to bring this monster of a snow storm we are sitting in right now.

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    1. Yes RDT, this is what we said yesterday when we saw this magnificent sky.....a storm was coming.

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  4. Great shot, Jim! You're really getting whacked over there. Old man winter just doesn't want to go away.

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    1. Thanks Martha. One of those shots that would truly reflect/capture the scene.
      Whacked is the right world! We are at a standstill here in Nova Scotia today.....nothing moving till the things calm down.
      Wonder where all this snow will go? Hm-m-m-m-m.

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  5. I went for a mammogram on Monday and you know what the technician and I talked about while The Girls were being squished? How you poor Maritimers are just getting hammered by bad weather this winter!

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    1. WOW! Now that tells us that we really ARE being hammered when this is the topic during a mammogram procedure!! Too funny, Debra. Hope all went well.

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    1. It's worth is just for that oustanding photo, wow Jim

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    2. Pat, I know you would have LOVED to see this scene which lasted maybe 30 minutes before it became clouded over completely.

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    3. Lorraine, it was one of those times that couldn't be ignored. We scrambled for our cameras and started clicking away.

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  7. isn't this an unusually snowy winter for you?

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    1. That's right, Joyce. The last time was 11 years ago when we had 90 cm in one storm that was called 'White Juan'.......after Hurricane Juan we had the year before in September.

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  8. It's good you live in such a beautiful place. Winter must be extremely OLD by now. But at least where you are, it's not old and ugly with dirty brown snow (like what I left in NYC).

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    1. Oh Mitchell, we have that old an ugly brown stuff too in the city.
      Here at the park and out where we live, the snow stays white longer.

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