The Changing Seasons: February 2017

February was a strange month this year. We had our typical cold days (and nights) but most of it was unseasonably warm making the birds, bees, and the flowers think spring is closer than it is. Or maybe they know something we don’t. We’ll find out when March comes roaring in.

The ground is plenty wet but not from snow.

The ground is plenty wet but not from snow.

A cold but dry week with mild winds.

A cold but dry week with mild winds.

The C&O Canal recently frozen begins to melt as temps rise.

The C&O Canal recently frozen begins to melt as temps rise.

Warn enough for babies to visit petting zoos..that's a crazy February here in Virginia.

Warn enough for babies to visit petting zoos..that’s a crazy February here in Virginia.

#MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons

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9 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons: February 2017

  1. A fascinating glimpse of your world and climate. The photo of the hay bales could have taken down here in southern Australia this month though of course, without the bare trees in the background. The colour of the grass is exactly the same though and there are hay bales dotted across many farms even now. Usually they cut in December but this past season they seem to have cut the grass twice. Once in late spring and again now in late summer. The climate is very weird everywhere I thing.

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