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9/22/2017

Changing Seasons #MFRWauthor

What is the best part of each season? Now there are different aspects to the seasons depending on where you are from. In the northeast, there are distinct seasonal changes. Of course, some of them might feel only a few weeks long, but temperatures, storms, and different crops in the fields tell the story.




Winter - the calm serenity of falling snow




Autumn - cool, crisp nights contrast with warm days as the hills are painted in a multi-colored blanket.






Summer - Setting on the lakeside dock watching the sun set over the mountains and telling time by the afternoon rain






Spring -  rebirth of the land as the birds return from the southern climes, the flowers poke their heads through the ground to brighten the stark landscape



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16 comments:

  1. We have (mostly) distinct seasons here in GA, although summer tends to drag on a little. I don't think I would feel like it dragged if I could sit on your dock and watch the sunset (sounds lovely).

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    1. For three seasons the dock is a haven of calm beneath a shaded tree canopy. But the fourth season? I'm not into snow mobiling on the ice-covered lake. It's too cold if the ice cracks. Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Distinct, changing seasons is one of the things I miss most now that I live in Florida. It's just not the same...although, I think having a deck like that just might make me feel a little better :)

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    1. My relatives in Florida say there is three seasons. Hot, hotter, and hurricane. My hats off to anyone who lives there.

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    1. Thank you. I had to dig them out after a computer crash.

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  4. You gave beautiful descriptions for each season, Helen. Enjoy autumn!

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  5. Like other commenters, I miss the change of seasons. Arizona has a few weeks of winter followed by 50 weeks of hot or less hot summer.

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  6. Each season brings something new to everyone. Watching one year open then come to a close is magical no matter how many times it happens.

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  7. We use the Robin to forecast spring, but this year they arrived in February and it just threw everyone off LOL. Thanks for sharing a lovely post, Helen!

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