Snow Is Gone

Spring is late to the North Country, and though the snow is gone and the homes have (mostly) survived, plant life hasn’t yet surpassed the “first hints of green grass” level. There’s nonetheless a certain crunchy, dusty beauty to the sunset now—one that is nicely offset by the glossy reflections from window panes.

Snow Is Gone

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4 thoughts on “Snow Is Gone”

  1. I like this image a lot. The distortions from using a wide angle lens adds to the mystery of the photo. It also reminds me of my 12 plus years living in central New York State. Hamilton seemed to not break out of winter for the longest time. I don’t miss the snow.

    1. Thank you! The sunset really cooperated in motivating me to frame parts of the tree I normally might ignore.

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