Friday, March 15, 2013
This heavy frost was a few days ago too, but made for some challenging pictures trying to actually get the frost in focus. Many other pictures turned out just slightly out-of-focus, but these seem ok. The pines along the edge of the yard were particularly white, rimmed with the hoarfrost in the morning.
Meanwhile, winter is refusing to give up, and the weather is staying below freezing even in the middle of March. Though it's great for the skiers to get in another week or two of winter, it's not so good for the maple syrup, which needs temperatures rising about 6 degrees and getting at least a little above freezing.