A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
I really like the light in this shot, Jack. I feel like I'm being drawn into this photo.
wow impressive shot, lots of water there!Léia
Great capture - sort of rural in the foreground and city in the distance.
Wow! I was about to say the water looks high, but then I read yesterday's post. Sorry your walking trails are temporarily out of order!
Beautiful skyline in the background. This makes me wonder how long the flooding will last.
Your flooding must be similar to ours in MN. This morning's paper had a list of those areas where water has receded and where others are becoming flood stage. Every spring, or so it seems. A price paid for living near rivers, but would we have it any other way? I do know, tho, that living in a flood plain is to be avoided.
This did look quite distressing until I read the narrative! Hopefully all will be back to normal soon. I like that tower in the picture from yesterday.
Wow! Hopefully things will be back down to normal quite soon. Love the lighting in this photo.
Make sure you give as an "AFTER" shot when all that H2O disappears? (By the way...your sky looks VERY familiar;))
As the snow melts, massive amounts for sure, there will be much flooding across the US. This is a great shot framing the downtown skyline with the still bare trees. It almost looks like a coastal area.Bises,Genie
I agree with EG Wow - the light is beautiful!
Belissimo blog, bravo!!!
I hope that is the worst of it. I would love to see a shot of the same spot after the water has receded.
Terrific shot as always, Jack! Hope things begin to clear up soon! I, too, would love to see a shot of the same area after the water has receded. Hmmmm your skies look very familiar!! Just like ours here!!! Hope your week is off to a great start!Sylvia
Is that a little sun reflected in the water or a light?Nice shot. It was snowing just an hour ago here. Some of it is sticking but only a light covering. Sheesh.Gina
Nice shot, hope things dry out soon!
It is not easy to see this as a park!
A lot of interesting things going on in this picture. The sky is interesting (foreboding), the skyline is striking and, of course, the flooded park. Glad to hear that it's designed to handle that. At first glance, it looks like it could be worse.
Thank you very much for the explanations.So... okay, I don't want to live there, but it's a crying shame...
Lovely shot although I guess not much fun for those who live nearby.
Yesterday you said "usual spring flood".;Does it mean it's the same very year?!Living in a place where we rather have no water enough, it' sound so strange to me..
Living in a place where it never snows, this is something that never crosses my mind... Amazing, Jack!
I like how you composed this shot, trees, river, city. Nice.
That stop sign really shows how far up it is too, can't believe all that water. That tree on the left is pretty cool looking against that sky.
I'm going backwards through your posts so have the advantage of your explanation. I never thought about where all that meltwater might go - glad there's a plan! As to this photo, it's wonderfully moody, great composition.
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