I have never professed to be a winter-loving person. I don’t ski, skate or snowmobile, and here in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, the winter can drag on longer than many of us like.
But it isn’t all bad. I do like to go outdoors on the sunny days for walks, or just to take some pictures of things that catch my fanciful eye. Last week I snapped a few shots of the glittering aftermath of a sleet storm. It is also satisfying to find signs of wildlife…and finding wildlife itself.
(For better viewing, click on the first photo to start the gallery)
But then, as pretty as all this is, my heart is looking forward. It waits patiently, yet eagerly for summer.
Coming soon: Cold and Dreary February? Nahh… Part Two (Indoors)
7 thoughts on “Cold and Dreary February? Nahh… Part One (Outdoors)”
Hi Jennifer Kelland Perry, I am impressed with your blog!
Thank you, Daisy!
Those are gorgeous pics. However, I am still glad we relocated to California from Boston, too damn cold in the winter in the north east for my taste.
Thank you. There have been times that I’ve wanted to leave on account of the weather, but I do love Newfoundland, my birthplace, for its rugged beauty. In the meantime, I try to get down south as often as I can 🙂
You have beautiful photographs. I visited Newfoundland two years ago and loved every minute of it!
Thank you, I’m glad you like them. And I’m delighted you enjoyed your stay!