At Season’s Slow Change

No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow. — Proverb

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Putting things in perspective.

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The trailhead to a 40+-acre preserve that includes a 19th century quarry, and old trolley railway, a tide gate, and boardwalk.

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Crossing a wide expanse of salt marsh.

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Human tracks and ski tracks criss cross those of unseen foraging spirits.

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Views of the Thimble Islands in Long Island Sound.

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Crossing Jarvis Creek with a view of an Osprey nest and islands.

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Nooks and crannies look like winter, sound like spring.

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As subtle signs of changing seasons appear on a 45˚ late winter day.

 


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Photos ©2015, Jen Payne

 

4 thoughts on “At Season’s Slow Change

    1. Oh – that sounds lovely! We’re at 39 degrees today, so a little better. Spring is on the way. If it weren’t for the couple feet of snow, I thinks we’d see crocus!

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