Monday, April 16, 2018

YOU'LL NEVER GUESS!

     You'll never guess but we have another spring snowstorm today. Snow started in mid morning and continued into the afternoon. So it gave me an opportunity to take photos of one of my regular topics.

     If you enlarge some of these you will see the snow flakes.







   
        One lonely crow is among all the bohemian waxwings.


31 comments:

  1. Brrr. We are having below normal temps, too, and above normal rainfall. Ugh.

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    1. It's been a late spring in most places.

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  2. Probably not the last snow of this "spring" either:(

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  3. We had a massive snow then ice storm. I think I prefer snow! Except that the snowblower is away for the season.

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  4. Crazy weather! Those poor waxwings look COLD!

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    1. Birds do well. These waxwings stay all winter and are about ready to move north for nesting.

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  5. I'll add my grumbling to yours and the birds. Come on, spring! You can do it, come out and enjoy the sunshine instead of the precipitation, please! :-)

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  6. Spring is hiding!

    We had freezing rain yesterday and now it's some snow today.

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  7. Oh, the poor waxwings. Oh dear. No snow here, but it is pretty cold.

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    1. The bohemian waxwings stay here all winter. they are ready to move north.

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  8. The bohemian waxwings look like very large buds on the trees! That looks to have been a heavy snowfall. I love the look and feel of that kind of snow, but not the results. Hopefully you'll have a melt soon.

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    1. That's the most zoom I could use. We had heavier snow in the morning.

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  9. Looks like it's your turn to get the snow we've gotten recently. Let's hope this is the last of it!

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    1. The forecast isn't that great for this week .

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  10. Yes we are told that we will return to winter again tomorrow. Those scenes could look just like central Iowa. We lost snow today on a cold windy day but tomorrow they are saying the ride to work will be an adventure. I will stay home all day.

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    1. We still have most of our winter snow.

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  11. More snow!! It is a beautiful snow, but gosh, you must be ready for spring. You never complain about the weather. The birds are amazing!

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    1. The waxwings are ready to leave us and move north. I rarely complain about anything.

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  12. It's pretty but "enough already", right? My daughter in Minnesota got 15 new inches last weekend and another snow day off school for the kids. I think they will be making up school days until the 4th of July!

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  13. Enough is enough. We got 8 inches yesterday. Wet and heavy...:(

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  14. Hello, I hope the spring snows are over soon. I love your Waxwing tree, I would love to see the Bohemian Waxwing. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  15. Oh my, more snow? It's turned cold down here again. Looking forward to some warmer weather.

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  16. You will be pleased no doubt when spring finally does arrive with some warmer days.

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  17. Neat photos ... that is a lot of birds in that one tree. Amazing shot!

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  18. In mid April? Oh my gosh! And you guys sent it down to Illinois and Maryland, didn't you?

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