Shadow Shot Sunday, by Tracy in Brisbane, accents any season quite well...
Happily, in Oz and NZ, it is now Spring. It matters not in the climate is temperate or four-season, the end of Winter invigorates us, with new flora and longer days.
Of course, the change to Spring down under means that it is now Autumn in Southern New England - which has its charms especially early on. In fact, it is warm and humid today.
The choices for this SSS do not hint of Autumn. The end of Summer does not mean a cold snap now...
So I am not anticipating the blunt hammer of frozen precipitation.
Yet for us, the snowy winter was abnormal in accumulation - the latest winter season got old, and quickly with three snowy blizzards and a massive ice storm. We may not in a precursor to this yet. However, cooler temps and shorter days are now the rule.
The elegant Patti captured these nice views of the morning-after-the third major snow of 27 January.
I have written before of the beauty of the newest snow and crisp, clean air.
And shadows abound, as the storm front has departed last night and the long southerly sun leaves very pleasing effects from the trees to the houses to the vehicles.
It looks cold, and wheelchairs and snow make for an unholy mix. But on such a day, the shadows are celebrated.
In fact, we were tired of the many snowy occasions - so the artistry of shadows were the sole redeeming factor of the weather...Not to worry about these sights, tomorrow it will be a rainy 74° (25°C).
See seasonal shadowy sights at the always delightful Hey Harriet!