Posted by danthro (Suburbia, United States) on 23 March 2008 in Lifestyle & Culture.
a strange sign found amongst the exotic peoples of 'winter.'
Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. North American calendars go by astronomy and state that winter begins on the winter solstice and ends on the vernal equinox. Calculated meteorologically, it begins and ends earlier (typically at the start of the month with the equinox or solstice) and is the season with the shortest days and the lowest temperatures. Either way, it generally has cold weather and, especially in the higher latitudes or altitudes, snow and ice. The coldest average temperatures of the season are typically experienced in January in the Northern Hemisphere and in July in the Southern Hemisphere.
(the early spring flowers series will return tomorrow)
coming back to photoblogging after some time away; trying to post a new photo every couple weeks.
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