“In the Bible it rained for forty days, they called it a disaster. In England we call that Summer!” ~ Unknown.
Our Saturday photo challenge on our Weekly Prompts site continues our theme of aspects of Advent.
This weekend Gerry discusses Mother Nature’s varieties, the differing weather conditions that Advent brings and he shows us the icy outlook over his way.
Canada is high up on the list of the coldest countries of the world, England is not, though I wouldn’t mind betting it’s amongst the wettest, well Yorkshire anyway!
The weather during this Advent season has been surprisingly mild. The coldest day was the freak weather last Saturday when it literally rained ice, not hailstones, but tiny chips of clear ice.
I write this post in advance of the challenge, it’s the 21st December and the shortest day of the year, and for much of this day it rained heavily. The photo below was taken mid to late afternoon and shows the afternoon sun sinking out of sight, the overhead clouds were dark and grey, almost menacing, with patches of blue that were short-lived, and a daylight that was fast coming to a close.
The following two photographs were taken during last year’s Advent season. One shows a misty, frosty morn and the other highlights an early morning shot that shows the bleak, empty fields and a light covering of the first fall of snow, the weather patterns that we have come to expect at this time of year.
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