February 9, 2016

After Snowzilla

My trail camera recorded enough images of the snow to show how it receded. Since the camera was tied on a post, the images look similar.  I selected one from each day starting January 24. I made that the big image and the other ones start on the top left and go across and then down. By the last picture, the ground is starting to show.  I think all the afternoons in late January had temperature above freezing so the snow just melted down. Even now the ground out there is wet and muddy.

You can see a squirrel in several of the images. I wanted to make him more visible to you so I cropped one of them.



6 comments:

  1. Hello, these are great. You could use these images for a tree following. Cute squirrel. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  2. It's neat to see how things progress through the day. That squirrel looks like he is getting his exercise.

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  3. Quite a difference. Yes, it's fun to see the squirrel!

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  4. Very interesting seeing the changes occur everyday. That squirrel looks tuckered out as he approaches the tree.

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  5. Got more white stuff this morning. The poor critters are all getting ready for spring and hating the intense cold.

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  6. interesting way of capturing what happens :) Cool to get the squirrel as well.

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