Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Winter's Last Hurrah and little Indiana Feature!

Winter, (in Indiana), is not quite ready to hand the reins over to spring! We had a bit of wintry mix again last night and for some reason it feels colder to me in March than it did all winter! I am longing for warmth and sunshine!

I usually hibernate as much as possible during the winter but I knew the March 6th snowfall would probably be our last so I ventured out to Forest Park and Potter's Bridge for a few pictures.

We have had a lot of much needed precipitation this winter and the river has recovered from the summer's severe drought. The water level had been so low that you could walk almost all the way across.

Potter's Bridge is one of my favorite places to take pictures here in Noblesville! I love covered bridges!

This one was taken at Forrest Park. I stopped by to watch the kids sled at the golf course.

You know that I can't have a blog post about snow without a few bird pictures!

We have a few more days of cold temperatures then hopefully it will feel a little more like spring!

Thank you to Jessica Nunemaker, from little Indiana, for featuring Robin's Nesting Place!
Jessica writes little Indiana: Where to Stay, Play, and Eat in Small Towns in Indiana. Discovering Indiana’s best small towns! Jessica is also the host of PBS Indiana Town Explorer!


Lisa at Greenbow said...

Beautiful last shots of winter. You are lucky to have a covered bridge near you.

Cindy said...

I love your photos. Beautiful shots. The river photo is gorgeous and the cardinals are beautiful but I love the bright green tractor shot.

Unknown said...

Great pics, especially like the birds

Christys Cottage Wildlife Garden said...

Beautiful pictures! I love covered bridges...I don't think I've ever seen one in person.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Seems we are all experiencing more of winter than we want. The pictures are still pretty,but I do hope all that snow melts soon.

Unknown said...

Potter's bridge is a real treat. It appears out of commission, is there a new bridge to replace it?