Friday, March 21, 2008

Sky Watch Friday: Good Friday Blizzard


We had blizzard conditions all day today. School was not canceled (nobody seemed to believe it would be this bad) and several cars and a school bus went off the road (everyone was safe). By this afternoon when I drove home, the storm was lifting to the northeast but the weather was still treacherous, which can't be appreciated in any photo I took. This is the peak of Barton Mountain from the northeast. I live on the other side of this peak.

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23 comments:

  1. Your photos are always spectacular - even in blizzard conditions!!!

    Stay safe and warm, my friend!

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  2. Hello there Andrée
    WOW that sounds bad.. just glad everyone was OK. This is a great Sky Watch picture I can catch a glimpse of blue on the top of the mountain..
    Thank you for linking to Sky Watch.
    Tom

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  3. Great Sky Watch picture in blizzard conditions!
    Happy Easter.

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  4. An excelent photo under weather conditions that certainly made the task a little bit harder ...
    Easter Greetings.

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  5. Here in Connecticut we panic and cancel school even if it might snow! We're not so daring. That looks like quite a storm. There is a silence about your photo that is stunning.

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  6. Wow, I would have hated to be caught in that! Love that old barn.
    It was a beautiful sunny spring day in Georgia.

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  7. Spring is here, I'm done with blizzards. We have snow tonight in NE Ohio. Happy Easter.

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  8. Awesome picture - glad everyone is safe. We're supposed to get snow this weekend yet in the U.P. so I feel for you. Spring may be here chronologically, but it's annother month off for some of us in reality.

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  9. Your a brave one to get out in a blizzard to take a picture. It is awesome.

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  10. Snow again, brrrrrr, great skywatch. We have have some snow too, it is the coldest Easter since 40 years. Take care and Happy Easter.

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  11. Ohhh brrrr. We have snow from time to time but seldom like that. Great shot. MB

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  12. A beautiful photograph. I don't like the snow but it works on this picture. I mean to say I am ready for spring.

    You can see a map of where I live on my brookville blog and how I plan to spend some of my royalty check.

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  13. Thank goodness noone was hurt. Do drive carefully on the roads, does look dangerous AND freezing cold.
    Have a good week ahead :)

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  14. I'm afraid winter is not over yet in Vermont or in Ontario. But every once in a while I do get a glimpse of the the spring that's coming. I hope you do too!

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  15. Beautiful photo. It's amazing how ugly the conditions may get, it always puts out some terrific pictures.

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  16. Thank you very much for your visit very kind comment.
    I know how terrible the winter storms can be. But believe me, spring is around the corner.
    It's in the air:-))
    Postet some picture from my Easter Monday hike along the Lake Ontario.
    Cheers from Canada,
    Gisela

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  18. Two or three months ago, I might have been envious. But now, I'm quite ready for the spring. You captured the cold very well in this photo. **slurp!** Mmmmmm... (taking a sip of hot coffee)

    :-)

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  19. WOW! Sorry about the blizzard but it made a great skywatch Friday shot!

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  20. What were you doing on the OTHER side of the mountain from your home in a blizzard?!!

    The things you'll do for a fabulous shot! lol

    I love the mood of this shot. The warmth of the different colors and breaks in the clouds are a great contrast to the flying snow! Well done (as usual).

    Stay safe please!

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