CS #531 - "Winter" (Northern Hemisphere) or "Summer" (Southern Hemisphere)

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While those of us in the northern hemisphere are dealing with winter conditions, our colleagues in the southern hemisphere are enjoying summer. So let's celebrate the seasons by posting photos which reflect the season in which we find ourselves.

The idea is to post pictures representative of the current season in your locale.

Examples are hardly necessary, but I'll start with these two of the same location in winter and summer.

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As regular contributors know, we should post only original pictures made between midnight tonight, 1/11/2017, and midnight next Wednesday, 1/18/2017.

I look forward to your contributions.
 
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A good subject, but it was 70 here yesterday, I can post pics of fallen leaves, that only gets me to fall as a qualifying shot. :).
 
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Winter? :confused:

It sure doesn’t seem like it with an outside temperature of 67°F and this view “through” the windows.

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Winter? :confused:

It sure doesn’t seem like it with an outside temperature of 67°F and this view “through” the windows.

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Good, Bob. Winter involves a lot of rain almost everywhere.
 
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While those of us in the northern hemisphere are dealing with winter conditions, our colleagues in the southern hemisphere are enjoying summer. So let's celebrate the seasons by posting photos which reflect the season in which we find ourselves.

The idea is to post pictures representative of the current season in your locale.

Examples are hardly necessary, but I'll start with these two of the same location in winter and summer.

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As regular contributors know, we should post only original pictures made between midnight tonight, 1/11/2017, and midnight next Wednesday, 1/18/2017.

I look forward to your contributions.
Nice theme Jim, and great examples. Will be challenging with all the unseasonable weather we are having lately...
 
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Winter? :confused:

It sure doesn’t seem like it with an outside temperature of 67°F and this view “through” the windows.

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Yeah, in the 50s here with some rain. Snow is almost gone. Good representation of the weather, without going out in the mess. :)
 
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We have had a big thaw the past two days also, but last weekend's bitter cold (4ºF low and 15 ºF high) left quite a bit of ice on a local pond.

Fisherman: waiting for ice-out?

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What causes the round holes in the ice?

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We have had a big thaw the past two days also, but last weekend's bitter cold (4ºF low and 15 ºF high) left quite a bit of ice on a local pond.

Fisherman: waiting for ice-out?

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What causes the round holes in the ice?

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The alien drone lifted off here with a fresh load of hydrogen .
 
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We have had a big thaw the past two days also, but last weekend's bitter cold (4ºF low and 15 ºF high) left quite a bit of ice on a local pond.

Fisherman: waiting for ice-out?

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What causes the round holes in the ice?

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Nice pair of shots. Must be moving water there? Maybe some outlet pipe there? I'd be more concerned if it was a square hole. :)
 
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That's an impressive winter picture. What is he digging out?
Thanks all , yes it is an outdoor fire pit , but they are digging out one hot tub that should be somewhere on the right , we are counting snow in FEET every day not in inches !!!!
 
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