For about three days we have had our January thaw, breaking that cold spell.
It was accompanied by a lot of rain. So, the brooks and rivers are no longer frozen over.
And not so much snow left on Baldface. Plenty of ice though as the temperatures dropped again when the sky started to clear.
The power was out in North Conway that morning, so instead of running errands, I took photos. This is Mount Washington and the (frozen) Saco River.
Moonrise at the end of the year. Sabattus is on the right.
And then this morning:
A sundog near the Fryeburg airport
Reflections in the Old Course of the Saco River in Fryeburg.
The last three photos were taken with the Panasonic DMC-ZS100, which I am still trying to get used to since my second Fuji XF-1 died. Any suggestions?
These are views from Portland's Munjoy Hill on two separate afternoons: the day before winter started and the first day of winter. (Actually the first three are from the bottom of Munjoy Hill near the narrow gauge railway.)
Bug Light across the harbor and a speeding water taxi
North Kearsarge -- I still haven't climbed it.
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