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There are many early indicators of a seasonal shift from Winter to Spring at Wachusett Meadow Farm in New England — an increase in snowshoe travel, strong shadows and patterns, running streams, melting snow patches on stone walls, diminishing icicles, sheep wool thick enough for shearing and diverse creatures sunbathing and feeding.

About the author jmankowsky

I live in Central Massachusetts in the United States--a wonderful area for nature photography. Using a standard point-and-shoot camera, I celebrate the nature found here in a variety of local landscapes throughout the changing seasons.

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  1. Beautiful snow landscape, something that we don’t normally see.

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    1. Thanks! Hopefully, Spring landscapes are on the way (except each time I say that, it seems to snow again).๐Ÿ˜Š

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  2. I really enjoy these snow shots! I especially like the sheep and the first few of snow on road. Isnโ€™t it interesting how snow changes the shapes so much?

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    1. Thanks! I ๐Ÿ’˜ sheep. They add so much to the farm, and they have their own personalities. I’m happy to report that even today’s small snow storm was melting by the end of the day.๐Ÿ˜Š

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  3. Awesome snow landscape pics.

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  4. I love your black-and-white photos. I think texture shows more prominently in them. The titmouse, squirrel, and sheep are adorable.

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    1. Thanks! I’m trying to expand my photography, and black and white is really interesting.

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      1. Good for you (and for us ๐Ÿ˜Š).

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  5. Love the pictures! The black and white photos really add a beautiful perspective to the snowy landscape.

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    1. Thanks! I’m beginning to like black and white more and more.

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