Southern Pennsylvania remains locked in winter.
The above image is a ten image pano shot vertically with a Canon 6D, 600mm f4 IS USM, stitched and processed with PS CS5.
But the hope of spring can be seen in the mountain laurel buds waiting for the first warm days.
And in the increased strutting of the local wild turkey gobblers.
While we experienced the coldest temperatures of the winter during the past week, in just a few short weeks spring will be bursting forth with new life. I can hardly wait!!
Always enjoy a visit to your blog. We are all going to appreciate the arrival of Spring!!
Fab job with the Panoramic stitching. Great photo! Love the Turkeys.
Lovely photos! Nice work on the panorama. We've had a mild winter, but even so spring is more like a few months away rather than weeks. Ah, well......
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