Day 77/365: Melting Snow Means Spring Isn’t Far Behind

Day 77: Snow Shovel and Melting Snow

Yet another walk to the mailbox when I realize “I need a picture for today!” I do carry my camera in my purse and  today I did drive to Lincoln.  I also drove down a scenic road where there were many photo opportunities. I just keep forgetting until I get home. So I’m left trying to be creative and artistic with nearby subjects.

So, thanks to my friend and neighbor inspiration came today from the melting snow and the wonderful 60F weather we’re having today. It’s amazing what melting snow uncovers. In this case it was the very apparent snow shovels, I think I counted five, near the driveway and sidewalks. At one time they were propped up in snow drifts. Not anymore. They lay forlornly in the remnants of snow piles which are literally melting around them.

2 thoughts on “Day 77/365: Melting Snow Means Spring Isn’t Far Behind

    1. Thanks, it was a photo of desperation, just what is interesting about Nebraska in February, drab, gray, brown, muddy, hey let’s just take random pictures.

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