Posted on March 18, 2017
by Susanne Swanson
I caught the sun setting on what has been a very long winter in the Pacific Northwest.
Eagerly awaiting spring to come.
Category: Sue's CornerTags: Pacific Northwest, Photography, Seattle, Sunset, Winter
Beautiful! Are you sure this doesn’t outclass spring?
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Thank you! I saw the sunset through my office window and had to run out in a hurry with my camera. Maybe it’s a foretaste of spring to come! 🙂
We went to Moscow this afternoon to get some things at the Co-Op and Tri-State, and the rain was incredible. They’ve had floods a little bit north of there. The rivers have exceeded their beds. Some folks in northern Idaho are probably beginning to think spring a tad overrated.
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You’ve probably heard that Seattle has had record breaking rain since October. Relentless. They are forecasting nice weather on Monday the first day of spring… but then more rain…. sigh….
But you EXPECT rain in Seattle; we are in a “cold semi-arid steppe climate.”
I thought you were in Russia for a minute, then had to look up Moscow, Idaho! 🙂
Very resourceful! You Brits have always been good with maps. 😉
I live in S.W.Wash. and I can certainly relate. Spring and summer can’t get here soon enough after this long cold and wet winter. Jeff
Thanks for your comment. Yes, we have had a long, long winter. We are all desperate for spring to come! 🙂
Lovely colours there, all the browns and golds. Very nice indeed, Susanne.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete. It was a beauty.
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