OK, it is the 14th. But I am getting a jump on tomorrow. It will be Monday and a day off, so I am making the most of it by starting tomorrow tonight.
The forecast said that today would be partly partly, but the sky never did provide much of a sunrise this morning and went downhill, so to speak, from there. I drove through Windsor State Park on River Road along the Eastern Branch of the Westfield River hoping to find snow-capped rocks in the water but there were not many and the river wasn’t looking all that appealing. So it turned into a scouting ride along roads I had not traveled before including Route 8A through Savoy into Windsor.
I saw this birch stand and decided to use it as foreground interest for the distant field and trees with the grey sky thinking black and white.
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Of course, once I was finished and headed toward home, the sky turned into a puff-clouded blue dome . The foreguess calls for 20° tonight, so I am hoping to freeze my fingertips over some ice in the morning.