Wordless Wednesday – March Days

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold:  when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” –  Charles Dickens


Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

20 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – March Days”

  1. The first thing that struck me was how clean the farmer keeps his fence line. Your photo tells an interesting story. Besides the bleakness of the snowy landscape, you can see a decade of summers of hard work and careful tending. My fencelines were always a mess of grape and weed:)

  2. Nancy, the photo is gorgeous, and the Dickens is so great! I’ve been away from my blog for a few months while I was really busy at work, and I am SO SORRY I missed taking advantage of being your blog of the week! Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope I’ll see you around more now!

    By the way, I love this layout. The photos really pop on it.

  3. Yes, that exactly what kind of day it was here too. And we loved it! Haven’t seen the sun in so long we forgot what it looked like. Lovely photo indeed.

  4. Nancy girl .. you could not have taken a more perfect shot to go with the Dickens’s quote .. I absolutely love it .. timing and the sun’s position are everything .. I wish I could get shots like that girl !!

  5. Gosh, this is lovely. If you’re holding all the sunlight down in Hants County, Nancy, please share…or I’ll conjure the Fundy tides to drop a big load of fog on you in midsummer. :-) Kidding, of course. I love this photo.

    Any sun we’ve had has been momentary, jodi — I took this photo a while back. :) As for the fog though… when it’s 35° here and humid as hell, I might just call you on that. :-)

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