This season challenge, 😋 weekly challenge falls perfectly. It s Very à propos.
The seasons are mad, it snows and rains a minute later.
We goes from -20 celcius degrees to +12 celcius degrees in 2 to 3 days laps…
Oh, forgot to mention that I am in New York.
However the crazy climate ( climate change is not adequate anymore, to eclectic) can apply to all part of the word…
Keep being green as we can be, is one step in the right direction.
Adjust our mood to all changes and embrasse the weather changes is an other…. the sun is back lets have a walk outside… Oh snow, come one guys lets grabe our skies…no I m not skizophrene even if these 2 sentenses can be said the same day !
It is the seasons charivarie!
On a spiritual level my life feels wavy, I surfing on my envies carrying for my obligations…and I am aiming Happy!
So let s get a mix of images to illustrate my idea and this nice challenge:
These pictures are without filters, taken the past 3 weeks in NEw York City or New York State, ( and a tiny foot in Adirondack montain) light, low temperatures, almost spring temperature, snow, jacket or not jacket…full skiing suit against shorts 3 days later!
Embrasse the seasons, wishing you a great week…
For more :
Depth | The Daily Post
Finally we got lucky, the blizzard was not as bad as excepted inside the city…
Except for some little details….
A car? You said they were a car? Where? ( on Park av., 2 blocks from Central Park)…
These pictures were taken on 28 January 2015
When all started:
Blizzard coming Up in New York City ! | so parislux !
26 January 2015, the blizzard is coming,
People are getting “crazy”, shops are taken over by people afraid to miss on something.
We are So use to have everything !
I have a though for thoses who have Nothing, wether it s material or worse immaterial !
I hope people will be able to gather and shelter themselves !
Tomorrow no school in New York and around, Boston, Portland, LongIsland etc….
Sleds has been best sellers everywhere….
Let s wait and see….
In the meantime some pictures, snow is pilling up so fast, only rare snow flakes this morning, inches are now falling… Let see where it will get…
The motto: say warm and safe.
When all was back to normal again:
After the blizzard Juno! Central park, New York! | so parislux !
In a split second! And yet in a life time !
This past days, my head is going through many thoughts!
So many things, I will save some for others posts!
I had to say good bye to my grand mother, and yet she ll remain with me forever!
While we were gathering to say goodbye, history was writting an other paragraph of history!
A dark one! But yet the light will always prevail, thanks to the good side of humanity!
The world became in one voice Charlie!
I wish for the world to wake up, unit against all kinds of extremism!
My thoughts go to theses mans of courage and opinion and their families, to the runners of Boston, to the victims of the World Trade Center, to the man and children killed in France last year, to the one that stand up, that keeps running, that keep smiling, that still decide to live.
As It is hard to speak of all together I will to share with you some images!
First, To my grandma I say thank you! for her courage, her love of life, for being herself, for giving to others, for making the world a better place, for her shining eyes and her great smile and heart.
I love her so deeply and always will ! She is with me forever and in the heart of many!
To the world I say! Stand up as one, to make a better place!
Respect each other in its differences and similarity!
The Liberty of one and all shall be preserved, in the respect of others!
Life is precious! We should all work together in making the world a better place.
Life is a matter of seconds, and yet of a life time commitment!
A second will never prevail on a life time commitment!
An action will not prevail on consistency!
Life is respect!
Life is love!
Life is understanding!
Life is commitment!
Life is continuation!
Life is hope and action!
Life is made of hello and of goodbye!
Life is life!
More of this challenge:
Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold | The Daily Post