So are you sick of snow yet?
Well I am. Or rather I would be if we still had a significant amount. We don't have too much left but these photos were taken when we did. I hope you enjoy them even if you're sick of the white stuff.
One of the new park benches installed last autumn overlooks the partially-frozen, fowl-filled pond. Say that three times fast!
Impressive little mallards look as if they're walking on water.
Incoming geese! Sorry, mallards but you can't have the whole pond to yourselves.
Don't they kind of look as if someone just tossed them all into the air?
These fence-cicles keep catching my eye, this winter.
No matter the season, Queen Anne's Lace always has my attention. This snow cap is keeping her warm until her milky petals can take over in the warmer part of spring.
Back in Frank's neck of the woods, you can see how the snow has helped to disguise those ice blocks. They're still there - just a little bit buried.
The creek's surface is completely frozen over in some parts, but you can still see the water rushing just beneath its icy veneer.
It's much too early to see caterpillars around here but I thought this little patch of snowy ice did a fine imitation of one.
Ya gotta love the tenacity of squirrels.
And here's Mr. Tenacity himself.
I hope you enjoyed the snowy outing. More photos coming up soon.