Wednesday, February 7, 2007

frozen wasteland: images of winter

The warm, springlike days of December and January ended abruptly when lake effect brought snow, wind, and bone-chilling cold to Western New York. February ushered in arctic air and a monochromatic world. The groundhog's prediction of an early spring... could that be real...
February has a reputation for being the coldest month, but, fortunately, it's also the shortest month of the year...

1 comment:

Deb Louis said...

Alice, Alice, Alice!! Did you miss your trash picking up days at Danbury that you decided to go back!!! Remeber me, Deb from Indiana, worked in the greenhouse with you. I been following you and I am proud of you for continuing to stand up for what you believe! You are one crazy and loveable lady. I'll see where you land and stay in touch. dlouis25@hotmail.com

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