Seasonal Variance

Same location, different seasons:

What a difference an axial tilt makes.

20 Comments on “Seasonal Variance

  1. The next person who ever posts a “first post” message will be fed to Demon Cat.

  2. The next person who ever posts a “first post” message will be fed to Demon Cat.

    Pics or it didn’t happen.

  3. Is the bottom picture ‘enhanced’ for the spooky, lonely effect, or does Winter Ohio really look like that?

    (That picture makes me thankful for yesterday’s 109 degrees F, since my winters never get that cold!)

  4. Well, I didn’t Photoshop in the snow, if that’s what you’re asking, Lauren. The picture was taken during a break in a snow storm.

  5. Yeah, Ohio winters really look like that

    Not happy about that, but that is a fact.

    The true fact is that is a good day for Ohio winters. The rest of the days are really very gray and, well, unpleasent.

    True story.

  6. This white glop covers us and freezes our innards! You didn’t tell us this planet’s axis tilts away from the sun! We demand you bring this planet up to standards!

  7. Do you do your own mowing?

    If so, what do you use?

  8. I’d take another shot in the spring to make sure but it looks like the house is coming closer.

  9. Clark:

    I use a father in law who likes playing with my riding mower.

  10. Both are solid photos. I prefer the second photo and think it would make a kickass holiday postcard, if you’re into that sorta thing.

  11. Those are the winters you’ve been whining about? That’s nothing.

  12. @8
    Love the Calvin and Hobbes reference. LOL

  13. Do you have a landmark at the spot you took that from or are you just eerily good at lining things up?

  14. I actually didn’t notice the similarity until I got back into the house.

  15. Ohio in the winter looks just like the Yukon in the spring. Mind you we do have good summers, just short ones…