Sunday, January 16, 2011

Extremes IV

Just three months separate these photos of an unnamed millpond located on the backside of Orchard Beach in the Bronx. With a late fall foliage this year, there were many shoreline areas of  the Sound holding onto their summer green well into October. Much like the tides, change came gradually at first, but then very fast. In a matter of weeks, we went from summer-like days to the starkness of winter: barren trees, dying grass, then snow, then ice. In this same short span, I went from living aboard a boat to trudging through fields of snow. So long deck shoes; hello duck boots.

NYC Parks: Orchard Beach
photos: (top to bottom)
mid October
late November
late December
early January


Bursledon Blogger said...

Hopefully the worse is over, the nights are drawing out and it'll soon be spring - although not soon enough.

Great pics


Ocean Girl said...

Yet each offers great beauty. Thank you Soundbounder.

jeannette said...

The next to last pic is my favorite! May not be nice to live in that landscape though:)