Saturday, March 9, 2013

Saturday Snapshot - March 9th


Saturday Snapshot


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What a Difference (2) Days can Make

 March 6th

March 8th

The geese aren't happy, but the view outside of my window at work sure was pretty yesterday. Today and tomorrow it'll be 50 degrees so we should be back to the first photo soon:) That's New England weather!

36 comments:

  1. Now that we moved back to the midwest, we see geese all the time, and I have been impressed with how well they blend in with the winter landscape (except when it snows of course!)

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  2. Wow! That second shot is spectacular! Made me shiver.

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  3. We don't get that kind of snow but our weather is all over the place too. We're looking forward to a gorgeous weekend!

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  4. This last one was a pretty storm, wasn't it? We got around 8 inches of powder ... it'll be melting fast in the next couple days!

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  5. I love snow shots, but I'm glad I don't live in it...lol; thanks for sharing. And thanks for visiting my blog today.

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  6. You are so lucky to live where the snow makes everything beautiful. Thanks for sharing this shot.

    Here's my Saturday Snapshot.

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  7. The same here in Ohio. The snow is nearly gone now, except the section that doesn't get any sun, and my husband has gone for a hike in the warm weather. Here's Mine

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  8. Ugh reminds me of our weather here.... so ready for green grass :)

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  9. One sure thing about March is that it's never boring. Just as we get all set for Spring, we get a heavy wet snow, but then it melts quickly. Never know what to wear. After Feb. though, anything is an improvement.

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  10. What a change...same thing here. One day it was 60 and then a few days later we had 10 inches of snow.

    The snow is "featured" in my Saturday Snapshot. :)

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Saturday Snapshot

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  11. We've had a winter like that as well.

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  12. The snow looks beautiful , but I'm not surprised the geese weren't happy. I've got geese in my Snapshot his week - or they might be ducks! I can't identify them. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/9qx5t

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  13. Oooh that makes me shiver just looking at it...and brings me back to growing up in Niagara Falls where the trees and even the falls would look like this after a heavy snowfall. So beautiful to look at.
    Here in California March is just as unpredictable -
    a nippy 50 day (that's mighty cooooold to us) followed by an 80 degree day that has you thinking it's July. I keep hearing commercials that 'grilling season' is here and not to rub it in on your friends in colder climes! LOL! It really is NOT endless summer here in California.

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  14. The snow looks beautiful! But it's mid-March! :-)

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  15. We are having similar weather here in the midwest with 50's expected tomorrow. We didn't get as much snow as you have gotten. Spring needs to get here soon!

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  16. It is amazing how the weather can change in very little time! Both pictures are great -- poor geese! Here's my Saturday Snapshot post.

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  17. Looks like our yard, too!! Though it's melting away today. :)

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  18. That sure must confuse those ducks!

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  19. Love the before and after shots :-) It sure looks cold (while we're still enjoying a long, lazy, hazy summer in Sydney).

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  20. I thought the snow was going to be all gone! Always love seeing Canada geese too.

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  21. It's easy for me to say from snowless CA, but that second picture is gorgeous!

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  22. Those geese are pretty hardy but I suppose they weren't pleased to be buried in yet another snow storm. Our ponds are still frozen and today they were walking on the ice... nothing stops them!

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  23. Wow, that's a serious dumping of snow there.
    The Canada Geese remind me so much of growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan -- with its Wascana Park, home-base to thousands of these birds. I used to go there and feed them bread on a regular basis. They can be pretty nippy, up close.

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  24. Lovely photos Diane. The snow is pretty to look at. We had one day of snow last week but it was wet and slushy and didn't hang around long.

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  25. That's pretty much Nebraska weather, too. 60 degrees yesterday with light rain. Sleet last night followed by snow and wind. We'll hit 60 again by Thursday. Gotta love the Midwest in spring!

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  26. We had a bunch of snow in the last day as well. My dogs have mixed feelings about it!

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  27. We were told a dusting so six inches was a surprise. Had to come up with a back up plan on Friday (friend in town) but all worked out well.

    Hope you had a great weekend!

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  28. Both shots are lovely, Diane.

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  29. Bottom line for me - March is wonderful! The first day of spring ....longer days... birds arriving.....the beginning of the beginning!

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  30. You would think they were in the wrong order there! Nice photos! :) Normally we don't get to see the snow, but we were flying to Columbus and got stranded in Minneapolis for the night. Then we got to see more snow in Columbus the next day.

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  31. Don't miss snow at all but still . . . photos are pretty to look at. Hope all is well with you and yours, Diane!

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  32. Love this crazy weather!! It was almost 60 yesterday, then it rained all day today and the temp is dropping with snow tomorrow!!

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  33. That snowy shot is so beautiful. BUT I still can't wait for spring :)

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  34. I can't believe how late we are getting snow this year!

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  35. Yikes!! I imagine the geese are regretting not going south.

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