Thursday, November 22, 2012

Weather Is Changing

 
     Weather is changing and it is not clear, for better or for worse.
     The snow fell a week ago, everything was white and fresh.
     And now it has melted, because the day temperature rose to +7 C.
     
      Waxwings flew away to look for fresh berries in other gardens. Blackbirds flew in to replace  them.
      
     But suddenly last night was clod, and in the morning I saw that the puddles were frozen.
     These days the plants are wet from the rain during the day, then water freezes at night and the plants get frozen too.
      When I was going to my garden I saw an awesome scene on my way.
      
      The trees were near the just frozen water. Their reflections were not clear.
      The rays of cold sun fell on thin ice blurring on its surface.
     
      What happened to the climate? Is it a global warming or a global cold spell?
      A new snow has not fallen so far.

35 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures. I like the one where you can see the leaves trapped under the frozen water.

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    1. That day grass and leaves were frozen, and looked nice. Thank you, Tracey!

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  2. Oh, it's beautiful weather in your town. You have sun! I don't see the sun light from two weeks. It's grey, foggy and sad. I am waiting for sun and light! Greetings :-)

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    1. Ewa, I hope the weather changed and sun is shining now in your place. Thank you!

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  3. Your first photo is lovely. The trees' reflections and patterns in the ice look cold, but beautiful.
    Thank you for visiting me. I would like to share some warm sun with you!

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    1. Betty, thank you for sharing some sun, it was short and nice time! The larch is on first photo, it gets yellow and throws its needles.

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  4. You captured so well the moment water turns to a skin of ice on the pond. Nature is always in transition, moving from one type of weather to another and then back again, and your pictures show that beautifully.

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    1. Laurrie, this was a moment of icing and you're right nature's changing. Thank you!

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  5. The crystalline patterns on the water are so glorious and the reflections make your images stunning! Beautiful as always Nadezda!

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    1. I'm glad you liked the pictures. Thank you, outlawgardener!

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  6. Welcome Nadezda!
    Your photos are beautiful, relaxing ...
    Already cut the cold water, but it is still jesiennie.
    All the best!

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    1. Fall is over, winter's coming,thank you, Lucia!

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  7. Such beautiful scenes. The tree reflections looks so lovely.. shadows and light.

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    1. I loved these reflections and captured because the weather is inconstantly. Thank you,Hilary!

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  8. What beautiful shots of the scenery. The ice forming on the water looks cold but lovely at the same time.Yes it is the time of the year when the weather is fickle.It was 65 here yesterday and back to cold today. LOL!

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    1. 65F is pretty! Here we had 30F (0 C) and the two last days about 35F. I think the ice was melted there in a wood. Thank you, Lona!

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  9. It is the same here Nadezda, we are up to 50 degrees Fahrenheit today and don't even need a jacket outside! The snow will come, I am sure, but for now I am enjoying the temperature :) I love the last photos you posted, the reflection of the trees on the frozen water, looks like embossed silver.

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    1. You have still nice weather,enjoy your warm autumn.Thank you, Rosemary!

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  10. Welcome Nadezda on a Sunday morning!
    I came to see beautiful autumn pictures.
    Excellent views and pictures.
    Lucia

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    1. Lucia, I hope you had your Sunday morning walk and the weather was nice. Thank you!

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  11. Hello Nadezda girl !
    What a beautiful area you have taken these pictures in. That first shot was golden glow ... the water ways are so pretty with a bit of ice .. it is all so pretty !
    The global warming issue .. our weather has become so very strange as well .. no snow last year .. and this year we have no idea what will happen now too .. we have no snow as yet .. it is very hard on the gardens.
    A very beautiful post !
    Joy : )

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    1. The first photo if the larch that hasn't thrown its needle although the other trees are without the leaves now. Thank you, Joy!

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  12. Изменения температуры, сделать, чтобы эта плавления созданы замечательные образы.

    Приветствия

    http://ventanadefoto.blogspot.com.es/

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    1. Las imágenes maravillosas eastan en las fotos, es verdad, pero en la realidad quisiera que sea la temperatura mas alta. Gracias!

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  13. We have only rain, rain, rain. Everywhere is under water.
    They have promised us colder and drier weather for this week; I hope it is true and I can take glorious photos like yours.

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    1. Frico, how I feel for you, when weather is wet or rainy no one wants to walk. I'm glad you liked my photos, thank you!

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  14. I also find the strangeness of the weather to be very disturbing, though it does provide some relief from the normally frigid cold.

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    1. Yes, you're right, Jason, thank you!

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  15. Beautiful photos, love the icy reflections of the trees. You are blessed to see such beauty.
    We had quite a bit of rain earlier this month, cooler weather at nights but mild days, the rain is coming right back though.

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    1. Thank you, Barb! I hope your rainy weather will stop and warm and dry autumn will be in your place.

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  16. Beautiful images and description of the days you are experiencing. Global climate change is a better description of what is happening as it doesn't just mean warmer weather but often much wetter (look what has happened in the UK this year. In Italy it has been the hottest year for 200 years! Christina

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    1. Yes, Christina, I remember your summer photos of dry soil and unhappy plants. Climate is changing. Thank you!

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  17. Hi Nadezda
    Terrific photographs of the thin layer of ice beside the trees. Try to take pictures of the same area when the first snows fall - I bet they will be lovely!
    Astrid

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    1. Astrid, I'm glad you love my pictures and I do think to take the photos in the same place in December.It's nice you're back to blogging, thank you!

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  18. Road Nadezda!!!!
    Feel free to pick Award.
    I send greetings.
    Lucia

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