While I was standing outside, during the middle of the afternoon, I took my phone out and was going to a photo of the snow covering the yews. When I looked to see how that pic came out, I saw this photo of the tire track and the curb to the left of it. The photo was taken by accident, so decided to post it.
It seems that mother nature has a problem.
The problem is, she must have a very itchy scalp.
With all the dandruff falling from the sky above,
it looks like she needs a good shampooing, with
a good rinsing.
Then a apply some conditioning, then rinse
Now, all this dandruff is landing on planet
earth, and are the ones who have to deal with it.
When the weather warms up, then a real good
rinsing will commence, and then it will wash away
all the built up dandruff, that she wanted to
share with us.
– A Pondering Mind
Its been snowing here for the good part of the morning, and you can see the building’s maintenance man, snow blowing the sidewalk. He will be at this throughout the day, as the storm will not be over till sometime later this afternoon.
Got about two inches of heavy, wet snow. It was in the mid 30s F, so that isn’t to bad. The colder weather will be here, come Tuesday. Click on image to enlarge it.Source of quote
On my daily walk this morning, I decided to cut through the local park, as the walking was kind of on the treacherous side. Lots of icy spots. I only took this one photo, and it does have a Zen look to it.
Now that the storm has gone up into Maine and the Maritime Provinces, it dumped between 9-10 inches of the white stuff. Here are a few pics to share.
Texas and other states got hit with snow.
Here in Massachusetts, its warm and wet.
Lots of rain, and some wind.
For some, traveling will be a bitch.
Others will just stay home and not have to worry about it.
As Eric Clapton would sing, “Let it rain.”
Remember: It’s still Autumn.
This global warming has brought changes in climate, including making perennial snow mountains melt, thereby adversely affecting not only human beings but also other living species.
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Some of the snow banks are 5-6 feet tall, drifts, and narrow streets.
Around two feet of snow has fallen, and it is still coming down. This photo was taken at 8:30 a.m.
Took these around 5:45 p.m., and the snow is coming down much harder. The last photo is a bit blurry, but I decided to post it.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency, due to the storm. He also issued an executive order banning vehicular traffic after 4 p.m. (2/8/13). Winds are supposed to be gusting as high as 70 mph, and also huge waves during high tide, later on in the day.
It started snowing here in northeastern Mass a few hours ago. The streets are already covered.