It's baaccckkkk . . . good 'ole March has returned -- why should I be surprised by that? -- and it's windy and cold and windy and cold and cold! Walking this morning was like running hurdles (not that I do that on a steady basis, mind you) and the poor daffodils and snowdrops were being beaten by the slice 'n dice winds.
Came home and kind of banged around into walls, picking up this, putting down that. I hate these kind of Sundays -- no motivation to start a painting, to work on something new or to finish up something begun. So I just rolled with it. Ate chocolate cookies, drank lots of java (decaf) and played on the computer, visiting blogger friends, fiddling with some photos:
Playingwithbrushes . This was truly an experiment, so am happy it came out.
This one is a bit different -- a shot of the Baldwin Bridge that spans the Connecticut River just at the point where it empties into Long Island Sound. There's a boat launch under the bridge, which I never knew. I took this shot last December -- a beautiful sunny day; the next day we had our first snowstorm!
Well, I'll stop complaining. Time to get things ready for another work week. Let's hope that Spring returns soon -- these cold, blustery days are wearing me down!