Sangudo, Alberta – on a sunny day, closing in on spring, buildings from a former farming time continue to erode with wind and weather. Sun heats snow-laden earth and clouds begin to billow and move eastward over the horizon.
Listening to – Josef Myslivecek and Concertino in E Flat for two horns.
Quote to Inspire – “A photograph is usually looked at – seldom looked into.” – Ansel Adams
4 thoughts on “Sun, Wind & Weather”
Great weather shots. The weather is not only hot and dry right now – it’s boring!
Hey there …
Up here, faces, winter-worn with absent sun look southward to Easter’s break and earlier than actual moments of spring. No doubt travel will take people places, this spring. I’d imagine that Easter will hold first indications of summer’s departure in New Zealand. Perhaps, it’s warm thoughout most of the year?
You present an interesting and warmer perspective for March 2013.
Take care … 😉
We certainly don’t get extremes of hot and cold here in Northland – and no doubt come Winter I’ll be complaining about the cold…. 🙂
Hey there, …
Believe it or not, human nature, will have us complaining about summer’s extremes of temperature, too. Anyway … for us, spring is on its way … two weeks and a bit to go; then, it will be two weeks and most of our six foot snow drifts will whittle away in spring’s thaw … a watery, icey few moments and then spring proper.