And this concludes my on-the-prowl-for-snowy-owls excursion
it’s-a-wonderful-day-in-the-neighborhood photo extravaganza.
Did you notice how many different microclimates there are within …
… 15 minutes of my farm headed south toward the town of Genesee?
(All photos taken on the same day.)
Snow. No snow. Some green. Bit of brown.
“Be pleasant until ten o’clock in the morning, and the rest of the day will take care of itself.”
Published 1911, The Book Of Good Cheer (p. 61)