Saturday, February 9, 2013

It Was a Dark & Stormy Coupla Nights


Wildcat River   Jackson, N.H.  
January 2013 by Cole Scott


Oh, why dwell on the weather here?  It's a rough one but nothing compared to the New England coastal regions.  We've had 16-18" in less than 24 hours.  Hartford, CT had 2' as of 7AM today.  Portland was hammered with 32" and a buoy off the coast of Cape Ann, ME. registered a 32.1' wave.  

This photograph was taken under calmer conditions last month by Cole Scott.  



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10 comments:

Brian Miller said...

yeah we got an inch...just far enough to the south...your hubs is a serious photographer...that is an amazing picture...so much depth to it...

California Girl said...

He's had alot of positive reactions to this one on his Flickr pg. He posts his more serious work there and his photography group dissect and comment. I guess that's how they all learn.

Ellen Fisch Photography said...

Gorgeous photograph! Love the blog, too!! Stay warm & safe!!

Kalyan said...

simply beautifully captured shot....lovely!

California Girl said...

Ellen! How did your show go? Did the storm affect turn out? We were buried up here.

California Girl said...

Kalyan, welcome to my blog. I hope you become a follower. Thank you for reading and commenting.

troutbirder said...

Love your posts both political and nature. My Baron the GSD is 6 and male. We hike a lot spring, summer, and fall and mostly hibernate in the Minnesota winters. Then he get a lot of blog space. He is spoiled rotten as opposed to all my previously well trained Chessapeake Bay retrievers.

Tarang Sinha said...

This picture is really...really amazing!!:)

Who Is Afraid Of Miss Lovett? No, Mrs.Lovett... said...

Wildcat River Jackson, N.H.
by Cole Scott

Hi! C.G...
I have to second the motion and say that is a serious beautiful photograph by Cole Scott.

"We've had 16-18" in less than 24 hours. Hartford, CT had 2' as of 7AM today. Portland was hammered with 32"

Wow! that was some serious snow-fall too!
Thanks, for sharing the photograph and the snow-fall information.
deedee :-/

Pat Tillett said...

Oh brrr!!!
An amazing photograph though!