End of Winter Photo Essay.

By Jelane A. Kennedy

Today is the first day of Spring. By all accounts this winter in the Northeast has been a rough one. Snow started in November, a thaw in December and it seemed like January and February there was a big snow storm every week. I don’t mind the snow as much but the wind chill was a real kicker. We did not play in the snow a great deal since many times the wind chill was brutal (-20 or more). When we did go out to snowshoe we chose wooded areas. Below are a few pictures that Eileen or I took when the camera didn’t freeze up. Just a reminder as we have been thawing out over the last couple of weeks.

Horseshoe Falls viewed from Canada. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Horseshoe Falls viewed from Canada. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Niagara Falls before the Falls could freeze.

Snow banks and water rippling, Schroon Lake. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Snow banks and water rippling, Schroon Lake. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Schroon Lake not yet frozen in December.

An evening stroll as the sunsets on Schroon Lake. Photo by Eileen A. McFerran.

An evening stroll as the sunsets on Schroon Lake. Photo by Eileen A. McFerran.

Less than 20 days later.

Winter sun light. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Winter sun light. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

A sunny morning walk.

(c) Jelane A. Kennedy & Eileen A. McFerran

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2 Responses to End of Winter Photo Essay.

  1. artsenclave says:

    It all looks so idyllic–doesn’t seem at all like the harsh winter we all experienced! The spring thaw should be interesting.

    • jelaneileen1 says:

      I agree, I tried the find the most serene to compensate. I really didn’t have as many to choose from since with all the bad weather we didn’t get out to all we had hoped this winter.

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