November 29, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Winter made an early appearance this week in New Hampshire - and in the process, wrecked the holiday for tens of thousands. A Thanksgiving-Eve Nor'easter brought with it significant heavy, wet snow which took down tree limbs and knocked out power to nearly 1/3 of the state.

While shoveling the drive early the following morning, I noticed lovely color beginning to paint the sky as the sun came up. In spite of the drone from many generators, the scene was quietly beautiful. I ran inside to grab the camera.

So much damage and disruption - followed by a hushed, tranquil scene. Irony.

AftermathAftermathA Nor'easter bringing with it heavy, wet snow snapped tree limbs and created massive power outages, yet the following morning's sunrise - Thanksgiving Day - was quietly beautiful. (Newfields, New Hampshire)


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