Healthy Living for People and Planet Earth
by Will updated 2011/03/13
Snow is melting, streams and rivers are rushing
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Wow, that looks fast.
PippaD recently posted..New Jumpers from Nanny B – Wordless Wednesday
What a beautiful picture. I can’t wait for all the snow here to melt–we still have large mounds of it everywhere, despite the warmer weather!
Gorgeous shot of the rushing water. Very well done.
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Lovely site! been seeing some of this action, on & off by be. depending on if the temps drop again or not.
Fayteh recently posted..patience- a lesson from Japan
I played too. Mine are here and here.
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This reminds me of the spring thaw that we used to experience when I lived in Northern BC as a kid.
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Wow! That’s some snow melt you have going there.
Marie recently posted..The Night of Miracles
That river sure is raging. Summer’s heading your way you lucky guy. Our nights & mornings are getting cooler rather quickly now, although the past week has been lovely & warm during the day but I don’t reckon it’ll last much longer.
wonderful! happy WW!
Happy WW! and thanks for stopping by
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Living in the South, I have never seen a snow melt with such fury and beauty. We see water like this when the spillways are opened on one of our many dams. Great shot!
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I’ve seen stuff like that – awesome but scary. Don’t get too close.
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Beautiful but dangerous at the same time.
Anna recently posted..Everything Has An End
Hi Anna! The rivers this time of year are dangerous. Every year a few people get too close and drown. But watching safely from well up on the bank is great!
Looks like quite a raging river. I can only think of what many Japanese must have faced as the tsunami came rushing in.
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They do rage as the snow melts. The difference is that we can watch safely, but in a tsunami there is no place to go unless you do it well before it arrives. And if you are too close to the source as they were, it’s big trouble. Here on the west coast of the U.S. the waves were fairly small, but even if they had been bigger, there was so much warning it was not an issue.
Gorgeous shot, Will! Love it.
As to the Outlaw – it’s a piece in the new Settlers of America. In Settlers of Catan, he was the Robber. I guess it was more fitting in this version that he be an outlaw. But he definitely looks like a pawn, too.
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