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Photos by Bruce McMillan
copyright 2005
taken in Shapleigh and Greenwood, Maine.

These were sent to friends a daily emails
and are now here for you to enjoy.

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First Postcard->
Sent February 11, 2005

If you spend your whole life waiting for the storm,
you'll never enjoy the sunshine."
Morris West

Taken late on February 10, 2005 during the storm
The Rock Garden & Deep Snow
Second Postcard->
Sent February 11, 2005

"Snow sculpts."
Bruce McMillan

Taken late on February 11, 2005 as the storm ended
The Rock Garden & Deep Snow
Third Postcard>
Sent March 1, 2005

"True solitude is a din of bird song, seething leaves,
whirling colors, or a clamor of tracks in the snow."
Edward Hoagland

Squirrel Tracks in the snow taken on February 26, 2005 in Shapleigh, Maine
Coming And Going
Fourth Postcard->
Sent March 8, 2005

"Hope is not the conviction
that something will turn out well
but the certainty that something makes sense,
regardless of how it turns out."
Vaclav Havel

Taken in my garage on March 2, 2005 in Shapleigh, Maine
Car View
Fifth Postcard->
Sent March 11, 2005

"A man is a very small thing, and the night
is very large and full of wonders."
Lord Dunsany

March 9, 2005, 1:00 AM, at Bruce McMillan's in Shapleigh, Maine
Winter Night Storm
Sent March 14, 2005

"Sitting in a chair mid air, waiting to glide down the snow-covered slopes, one's thoughts take a bright white flight."
Bruce McMillan

Taken on the chair lift March 10 at Mt. Abrams, Greenwood, Maine
Snow Thoughts
Seventh Postcard->
Sent March 15, 2005

"Don't cry because it's over.
Smile because it happened."
Theodor Geisel / Dr. Seuss

Bruce's Driveway taken on March 13, 2005 at Shapleigh, Maine
Standing snow in the open field = 40" (1 meter)
Snow Snow Snow
Eighth Postcard->
Sent April 7, 2005

"The world is but
a canvas to the imagination."
Henry David Thoreau

Taken on April 4, 2005 in the seasonal stream on Bruce's land.
Spring Streaming Snow Leaving
Ninth Postcard->
Sent April 13, 2005

"I am pretty sure that, if you will be quite honest, you will admit that a good rousing sneeze, one that tears open your collar and throws your hair into your eyes, is really one of life's sensational pleasures."
Robert Benchley

Taken on April 12, 2005 and inset taken on March 13 at Bruce's in Shapleigh, Maine.
How deep was it? Inset: Those are animal tracks chest high.
Mother Nature has a Spring Snow Sneeze

Postcard Quotes Pages

On Amaryllis Flowers

On Art

On Birds

On Grandson Finn

On Flowers

On Snow

On Travelling

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