Ahhh. The last couple of days we have had above normal temperatures with no snow on the ground. Nice New England weather, minimal color to capture on camera, but a great day for a walk.
I was asked and encouraged by my friend Kevin to go for an afternoon walk with him and my camera. We took a stroll along the railroad tracks, over and under bridges, and rock hopped along the river’s path to capture some early winter scenes. It’s been awhile since I’ve had the opportunity to take the time to walk with a friend and be encouraged to press the shutter button. Thanks Kevin for putting extra smiles on my face and looking after me so I don’t fall into the river as I continued to take the “one more shot” before we head back home.
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Hope you have a wonderful Holiday!
Well, it will be about two weeks when I’ll be taking on a challenge…
With the frigid temperatures in New Hampshire, one of my dogs and I will be traveling to several areas in NH living out of a truck while we search for healthy food and charitable resources. I will be taking on some of the daily struggles the homeless do in order to survive. Follow me during Dec. 26, 2011 through January 2nd, 2012 as I visit NH homeless shelters, food pantries, and soup kitchens throughout the week.
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Well, this year is coming to a close much sooner than I planned. Snow accumulation in October? Before getting in any raking and final yard clean up? The next morning, after the sun had been out for several hours, I figured I better get a reading of how much snow accumulated before it melted away (not fast enough on the melting). Check it out!
The unexpected weather has given me something to shoot for. Not far from home, just outside the window, the winter/fall combination on the trees becomes unforgettable. And through all this… I never lost power!
What a delight to see this time of year!