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The Dog Days of Winter – Dipping Into the Archives
We have close to 2 feet of snow on the lawn and they’re forecasting temps in the low minus twenties Celsius for the next few days.
We’re getting close to the dog days of winter; that post-holidays period in winter when in this part of the world it’s too damn cold to be outside for any length of time, and spring is nothing more than a faint glimmer of hope that’s still a few months away.
Not ideal conditions for doorscursioning that’s for sure.
I don’t know why it took me so long to come to this realization but maybe, just maybe, it’s not such a great idea to be running a photo challenge that requires going outdoors in the freezing cold to take pictures, when I no longer like being out in the freezing cold.
In fact I’ve become such a wuss about the cold lately that I can’t remember the last time I was out with my camera. A week or so before the holidays…I think.
Thank goodness for the archives.
So while I keep the woodstove in our basement stoked for extra warmth and pat myself on the back for changing some of our least efficient doors and windows last spring, have a look at this collection from our time in Nova Scotia last summer.
“Ah,” he sighs “summer.”
Yes, I remember summer fondly: that’s when I was spending most of my time complaining about the heat 😀
As always, thank you so much for looking and I sure hope it’s warmer wherever you are 🙂
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