An umbrella was necessary.

Puddles and missing football were an everyday occurrence.

First sign of water along the shore.

The days of missing capturing reflections in the water were over.

Chasing hawks through snow covered fields prior to the big melt and rainstorms.

Desperate for any sign of color. Β Golf anyone?

Singin’, standing, splashing, driving and walking in the rain.

22 Replies to “The Week In Seven Photos”

  1. You’ve really captured the wet transition and hope for more spring-like days. That won’t be happening for weeks up here, but once the real thaw begins, please let it be quick – mud season, yuck.
    Have a great weekend!

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  2. What an expressive way of sharing your week with us, ACI. I am so reminded of my younger days in the Midwest and the ending of winter, in this post. The football and the golf ball, so much water everywhere, gray skies, bits of ice, folded leaf. Your words were equally as poignant as your photos. I hope some sunshine comes your way in the new week, if not, I know it is just around the corner. Stay warm and dry, my friend — I know Gabby has figured this out. πŸ˜‰

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    1. I was watching some of the spring training baseball games on tv and the Pebble Beach golf tournament the other week and I was amazed at the beautiful blue skies after our Midwest gray.πŸ™‚ We have Midwest blue skies and warmer temperatures on the way next week and there have been some early arrivals to the area. I hear geese arriving daily, the swans are making an appearance and our chipmunks have emerged and are enjoying the deck. I’m glad I could share a Midwest winter reminder.😁

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