Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

A Walk on Fauquier Golf Course

The sun shone brightly. A few clouds added a little bit of dramatic effect to the landscape. And the snow had mostly disappeared from the golf course. Some hardy players had already gathered for the first tee-off of the year. Winter has loosened its grip. The ice from our local creek had succumbed to the recent rise of temperature above the freezing mark. Best of all, among the signs of spring is the swelling of buds on all the trees at the golf course. Enjoy!

17 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes.

    On Wednesday, March 23, 2022, The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family wrote:

    > Peter Klopp posted: ” Wednesday’s Photos A Walk on Fauquier Golf Course > The sun shone brightly. A few clouds added a little bit of dramatic effect > to the landscape. And the snow had mostly disappeared from the golf course. > Some hardy players had already gathered for the” >

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  2. Thank you for sharing your late winter/early spring impressions, Peter. I love this transitional time when there is something new to discover each day: a melting creek, a bud here, a tentative blossom there.
    Happy spring to both of you.
    Tanja

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  3. Snow is beginning to disappear for many people now, and it seems that all of them are as happy as you to see the beginning of true spring. I especially enjoyed the first photo, with the reflection in what I suspect might be a pool formed by snow melt. It’s just such a refreshing landscape!

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  4. We still have some snow and ice, frozen rivers etc but spring has definitely sprung. Although we were promised (or dare I say cursed with) more snow by the weatherman, I have high hopes that it won’t stay on the ground.

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