Birds with snow cold feet
quietly meditate on
the chance to experience
a snowy river.
I took these photos during a snowstorm in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The birds and I were standing on the city dock, near the old train bridge that crosses over the Rappahannock river. I went to the river that morning because my daughter, who lives in Texas, asked me if I could take a picture of a snowy day and send it to her.
So now, here we are
in warm thoughts slowly drifting
I would love to post some snow photos from this year, but it hasn’t really snowed here yet and it is almost February. So far this winter, we have been having the strangest weather. Last week it was freezing cold, and yesterday it was 76 degrees. Now a strong wind is blowing, and the temperature is rapidly dropping back down again. It’s an interesting environmental roller coaster ride! ~ms
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