The world has turned upside down.
At this moment, there is more snow on the ground in Charleston, South Carolina (about 830 miles south of me) than where I live in upstate New York.
And that just ain't natural. For either city.
Charleston usually doesn't get snow, although it has from time to time.
We got 132 inches of snow last year, as a reference.
I love Charleston. I've visited it several times, the latest in 2015. As a matter of fact, I was thinking of visitng it again later this month, but I've had second thoughts and made other plans. If I had been there yesterday, though, I would have slid all over the place, taking hundreds of pictures. What an opportunity (not that I would have been that happy).
But, I can show you some pictures of the College of Charleston taken in March of 2015, complete with white.
White flowers, that is.
Yesterday, I showed you local snow. Today, I show you Charleston flowers. These flowers are called Carolina Silver Bells.
This is the "normal" Charleston. It sure does beat snow and ice.
Our strange winter continues, as we are plunged back into the deep freeze.
Day 4 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge #blogboost