2007-03-04

951. Harbinger

A late winter
blizzard...the next day
everything's melting.

11 comments:

Masago said...

A late winter
blizzard...the next day
everything's melting.

Link with 950: Snowy Field.

[After months of bitter cold and days of blowing snow we recently had one day where, after a blizzard, the Sun came out and nearly melted all the snow that had fallen overnight. It was a strange but welcome feeling and a harbinger of the Spring that seems so long in coming.]

Aurora Antonovic said...

Bizarre weather patterns like that here, as well. I love it. Back to the cold and snow tomorrow. :)

Pamela said...

kind of like that old saying "if you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes.."

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

all comes and goes...

floots said...

permanence - impermanence
love this as observation and metaphor

Pat Paulk said...

That is a good thing, I'm sure!!

Borut said...

Waiting for the first sighs in your haiku of the world falling apart? This one is pretty close, though. It's the snow, and, it's melting...!:)

polona said...

isn't life just like that?

Masago said...

Aurora: Yes, we got a teensy-tiny bit of snow today and it turned slightly colder again. :-)

Pamela: Right, and around here it is often "wait 5 minutes". :-)

Andrew: Indeed.

Floots: Ah, yes the metaphor, thanks for bringing that to our attention.

Pat: For sure!

Borut: *hee hee* I'm not sure about images of the world falling apart, maybe just a few about some sorts of deterioration.

Polona: Yes, this has a deeper level as Floots alluded to. Thanks.

robot55.5 said...

I really like this one.

Masago said...

Robot: Thank you very much!