Wishing for Winter and Chasing Spring

We’re one week away from spring and the skies shift from snow to sun nearly every day. This is the time of year when I desperately hope for a huge snowstorm because I know winter will soon melt into spring and chances for snowy camera walks will soon disappear. At the same time, I am ready for sunny skies and melting ice – even if it means a little mud. The beauty of living in Norway: You can almost always find snow, if you really want it, and early spring is a great time to enjoy winter and spring simultaneously. The sun rises a little higher in the sky, the days quickly grow longer, and there is still good skiing. Happy spring! (Romeriksåsene, Skedsmokorset, Norway)

snow, sun, ski, wintersnow, trees, forest

Published by Outspoken Images by Marie Warner Preston

Creating illustrations for sustainability, stewardship, and science communication.

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