Melting Landscape

When the crust of winter slides off the landscape, the points and lines of the resting geometry beneath are exposed on foggy days like these. In Duchess County, where Connecticut meets New York, the density of the post-winter effect is damp. It has its own beauty, apart from snow-blasted winters or verdant summers. (And by contrast, this “melt season” represents a major chunk of the North Country’s spring attitude.)

Melting Landscape


2 thoughts on “Melting Landscape”

    1. Perhaps it’s finally starting to lift!
      In the meantime, I’ll get all the eerie pictures I can.

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