Monday, March 09, 2009

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

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Temperatures can be very changeable this time of year here. It can be 60F one day and 25F the next or even within hours. This frozen pond on the Adams National Historic Park site was captured about a week ago and is probably in liquid form today. The white structure in the background will be fitted soon with glass and plants. I really like the way the ice on the pond looks in this light. I will post something more springlike tomorrow.

12 comments:

leilani said...

WOW .... glad u said it was a pond!!! I have never been in snow... sand yes ... snow no... my daughter lives in Amesbury. Her first year in Mass she called me in the winter and said "mom i am going outside lay in the snow and JUST die!!!" she was sooo cold ...lol... that was 9 years ago... she stayed, she loves it. I have been there in summer.... Mass. is soooo beautiful!!!

leilani said...

p.s. Thats an awesome picture !!!

Melissa said...

I love the reflection on the ice...seems surreal somewhat. Or that could be the sleep depravation *shrugs* lovely pic anyways :)

Wulida Rochman said...

weeeww...it's very very awesomee!!!!

If I were there.. :-)

George Townboy said...

Looks nice!

Jackie said...

Superb photograph :o)
Jackie

Ninja Walton said...

Cool Photos

cherokeefox said...

It almost looks like a blue tarp on the ground,,,except it is pretty.

The Lone Beader said...

I was not happy about today's weather!

Elie O' Brian said...

no mater whats the temperature...or the weather is like... the beauty of this place may be SAME.

Mona said...

that's a small pond...more like a puddle of water...what's its water source? is it deep?

coffee maker said...

i love the visual style of your blog; nice pics