Today, I am featuring my guest photographer. She took a walk with me a couple of days ago in downtown Binghamton. We headed down to the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers to look at the ice breakup.
As much as I could complain about not having the 80 degree weather many parts of the United States experienced this year, such weather would have produced a rapid melt leading to flooding.
Sometimes, you have to be careful of what you wish for. (Winter, I could have done without the snow squalls of yesterday, though. Or the ice cold temperatures of this morning, with interstates closed not far from us. Ice to the south. Accidents. Not nice of you at all. Just sayin')
Instead, (until today, anyway) we have a slow melt.
From a pedestrian bridge, the ice photos almost look like something taken from an airplane from high up.
The shore was looking good - no huge ice chunks.
Where do those trails lead? Hopefully, to spring. Starting in May, my Spring Things feature will return each Wednesday - perhaps earlier than that.
How is the change of the season affecting you?