The Snow Moon and other winter treats

first_imgThe super moon (snow moon) taken Feb. 19 from Voter Hill in Farmington. (Jim Dwinal)The super moon (snow moon) taken Feb. 19 from Voter Hill in Farmington. (Jim Dwinal)This sap house will be boiling sap to make maple syrup in a couple of weeks. (Jim Dwinal)View of Clearwater Lake on a sunny day in February. (Jim Dwinal)Beautiful mountain view from Mosher Hill in Farmington Maine. (Jim Dwinal)Jack Frost visits us every night now. (Gil Riley)Jack Frost visits us every night now. (Gil Riley)Ice shutting us in and out. (Jane Knox)Ice cold winter Sunsets: a 9 degrees sunny day in Rangeley. (Jane Knox)You never know what you’re going to see by the light of the moon. A Gray Fox. Wilton. (Jim Knox)A woodpecker gets some sun time. Wilton. (Jim Knox)All of a sudden here she is and gone. They don’t stay long; a female cardinal Wilton. (Jim Knox)A white-breasted Nuthatch lets me take its picture. Wilton. (Jim Knox)The Chickadee withstands Maine weather well. This day it was about 15 degrees in the middle of the day! Wilton. (Jim Knox)A hawk watch! Never moving for the longest time was this Blue Jay. He had his eye on danger! Wilton. (Jim Knox)View of Mt. Blue from behind my house. I love to see the deep blue sky against the bright snow in the sun! (Bernadette Harvell)last_img

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