“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cols: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” ~Charles Dickens

 

Today was just that kind of day. The wind brought pellets of snow crashing against the window of my office in the morning but, in the afternoon, the sun came out and what remained of the snow melted. The snow in the trees was quite a sight — half-melted droplets started falling on people as they walked past stores and parks to offices. Such a sudden change in the weather also left me wishing that I had brought my good camera. It is, after all, not easy to capture that magical glint of snow melting into water on an iPhone 5.

 

Signs of spring are visible even in the snow. Photo by Veronika Bondarenko

Signs of spring are visible even in the snow.
Photo by Veronika Bondarenko

Within one hour, droplets of snow turned into droplets of water. Photo by Veronika Bondarenko

Within one hour, droplets of snow turned into droplets of water.
Photo by Veronika Bondarenko

Written by Veronika

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