Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Low Tide





These past several weekends have been busy, what with basketball games, birthdays, out of town visitors and evenings out with friends.









As a result, I've not had a chance to go on a decent photography adventure, at least not since I went trudging through the swamp in zebra boots a while back.









These were taken down Redart (Trader backwards) on my way home from the grocery store yesterday.

(By the way, the only place I go these days is to work, basketball games, and the grocery store. It feels like I'm buying groceries every single day of the week.  Who is doing all this eating? It's not like I'm feeding a family the size of the Waltons, there's just the three of us for heaven's sake.)









I hope to sneak in a tour around town for new photos later this week.

In other news, we are bracing for an Arctic blast.  No snow (unfortunately, because if it's going to be cold there may as well be snow in my opinion) but bitter temperatures made worse by the wind chill.

I can't wait for spring.




5 comments:

Country Girl said...

Oh, it's cold here right now. There's a layer of snow on the ground, although not a very thick one, and we have school today. Darnit. But dang, it's cold.

Deltaville Jamie said...

It's colder than a witch's you know what. Wonder why a witch's you know what would be used as a comparison for frigid temperatures. I'll have to look it up. It's only 60 degrees in my office, I'm thinking the heat pump is getting ready to take a crap. I've been so busy I'm lucky I have clean clothes. And yet, I can't pinpoint what I'm doing to make me so busy.

deborah said...

shoo it is cold here too..10 degrees before you factor in the wind. Lets all go somewhere tropical!

Daryl said...

FREEZING here today in the Big Apple .. no snow for us til Friday which means its too cold to snow .. GAH

Meg McCormick said...

Almost nose-hair-freezing cold in DC today! But we are soft here; it doesn't take much to freak us out. There's talk of snow here Friday - a couple of inches. I will believe it when I see it.