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WPC: seasons

(as usual, you can see the photo enlarged, when clicking in it)

This week’s topic for the weekly photo challenge by “The Daily Post” is “seasons”

Although, this image is nearly one year old, but the weather conditions are nearly the same. It’s taken right in front of our kitchen window.

After a quite warm (around 7-10°C) and snow-less winter, we now have temperatures below 0°C and a little bit of snow every other day.

Snowdrops and crocuses are already blooming, and even many daffodils are out.

Take care have a great weekend!

(as usual, you can see the photo enlarged, when clicking in it)

12 thoughts on “WPC: seasons”

  1. Oooo, this makes me so excited for spring, although ours is some time away yet, at least this part of it. But anticipation is part of the fun.


        1. Oh, that’s way up in the north (of the US).
          I’m always fascinated about the huge differences in climatic conditions in middle Europe and the US. NY (and Chicago, too) is on the same latitude as Rome in Italy. But, nearly never you can find snow in Rome. I’m here on about 52° north, and you are on 41° north. That’s more than 1,100 km south of me. We benefit from the gulf stream :-), which milds the winter, but brings lots of rain 😦

          1. It is interesting, I agree. I like to see what’s on the same latitude as where we are and then see what their weather is like. It can be so different.

  2. I have missed seeing the first crocuses pop thru the snow since moving to Florida, nice cheery shot!

    1. 🙂
      It’s my pleasure, Carolyn!
      On the other hand, I’m jealous on you for living in Florida and I’m not 😦

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