Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Header Challenge - Nature winter to summer


Nature has been very noticeable this year. First nature misplaced the polar vortex, bringing us unusual cold, an ice storm with damage (see header), and above average snow.
 

February snow and ice

The crocus burst through in late March and cool skies in early April created contrails.

Then the vortex drifted back to the North pole and nature brought us an over abundance of rain, while parching other parts of the United States.

Finally in May nature warmed the air and the dogwoods, lilacs and azaleas burst into bloom.


6 comments:

Tom said...

Great header Lew.. and pictures... nature sure had an hiccup this winter. We had such an amount of rain but very little show this year. Your Crocus would brighten up any day.

Craver Vii said...

Personifying nature makes for an amusing story. It sure was an adventure we had these last few months!

katney said...

Nature sure threw everything at us this year. We did not have much snow in our mountains--but suddenly in late January it decided to fall and we have a near normal snowpack for the year---very important in our irrigation dependent farmlands.

Christine said...

Even though your header depicts bad weather, it is still a sight of beauty!

imac said...

Lovely show of a Frozen Nature Lew, super shots.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Lew: You certainly covered nature quite well.