Saturday, March 16, 2019

Saturday Snapshot: March Madness

Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Melinda at A Web of Stories (same host as always but with a new blog - check it out!).

I haven't posted Saturday photos in a while because my weekends have been too busy with family and household stuff for blogging, so I have plenty of photos to choose from.

With temperatures here in the 20's (F) and high winds last week and hitting 70's yesterday (!), we are experiencing the typical quick changes of March. It's quite a bit colder this morning, but I hope it follows that old adage this month, and March goes out like a lamb - I am ready for spring! Here are some photos of March Madness (with respect to weather and the outdoors):

Snowfall at the start of March - pretty, fluffy, white flakes coated the trees.

Our dwarf Japanese maple coated with snow
Snow melted - stark branches against a blue sky
A hawk right in my neighborhood just above my head!

Rehoboth Beach when it's cold and cloudy

The beach later the same day, with sun and blue sky!

A bald eagle perched on top of a beachfront hotel!
Stormy beach the next morning!
Daffodils about to pop open in my neighborhood yesterday

Blue skies & fluffy clouds

Snowdrops in full bloom - finally!

Hope you are all enjoying a wonderful weekend!


  1. Looks like you've been having some crazy weather this March. My daffodils are ready to bloom -- probably today! Isn't it a great feeling to see those first buds of spring?
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.
    Sandy @ Writing With a Texas Twang

    1. ha ha yes, typical March! Cold and howling winds this morning after about 75 and sunny yesterday!

      Enjoy those daffodils!

  2. Wow, the sun is finally coming up here. Beautiful photos though. Thanks for sharing them.