fence posts for barbed wire fencing in the foreground
Monday was one of those beautiful spring days where the sun and warm 19C temperature was working it's magic on the landscape here. I went for a walk, farther than I'd planned, and took some photos. The above and below ones are the same 'pink toned' iPhone photo spot I shared in my last post. It looks much better taken with my camera!
The nearby pond is starting to show signs of rotting ice.
Even the ducks at the apple farm were out for a walk in the yard.
Another brook is running free.
A Christmas tree farm with a view. The flag is tattered from the strong winter winds.
Another field of Christmas trees. I expect a lot of this snow is gone today after 4 days of sunny warm weather. I'll have to take another walk to find out. :)
The next farm field with a view of the river valley.
The farm field on the upper side of the road is one where the deer like to hang out when they aren't in the field behind us. How many do you see?
On my drive to the city yesterday I noticed how much the snow had melted everywhere and that the ice is pretty well out of the St. John River below the Mactaquac Dam. When I drove along the river in Fredericton's downtown last Thursday it was solid white ice. Yesterday the ice was gone and the river was a bit fuller.
It's nice to be able to wear shoes and a spring jacket again! Although some people must think it's warm enough to go in bare legs/feet/arms when it's 10C and really windy! Not me. However, I did put the AC on in the car as it was so hot in the sun and I find the 'cool' vent on full blast just doesn't seem to work for me. :)
I'm joining Theresa for Good Fences.
Have a great day!