Friday, March 9, 2018

Sap Rising - #SkywatchFriday

Before the recent storms in the Southern Tier of New York.

February 27, sap rises in three Bradford Pear trees.  The sky was so blue, and you can barely see, just to the right of the middle tree, a white dot - the moon.  It's a bit hard to see, but there is a glow towards the top of the threes - the sap rising.
After the storm some called Riley (which hit on Friday) - these pictures were taken by my guest photographer on Sunday.  She lives out in the rural part of the county I live and work in.
 She got about 24 inches of snow where she lives.  This, incidentally, is a road.
And a neighbor's property.

I wonder how our maple sugaring season is doing here with our strange weather.

Join Yogi and other bloggers who watch the sky each Friday at #SkywatchFriday.


  1. And, there's more coming this weekend!

  2. Pretty scenes, but that is a lot of snow!

  3. Same here Alana we here is Dublin also struggling with the same kind of bad weather conditions, it is really hard..anyways lovely clicks!

  4. Hopefully your weather will even out soon.

  5. No snow here, but it's colder than usual at this time of the year! I'm ready for warm.

  6. Gorgeous winter scenes under blue skies!

  7. The snow is pretty but it can go away now. :)

  8. The sky is so pretty...but I’m done with snow this year


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