April 6, 2018

The April 2018 Views

It's finally melting (Apr. 2)


Rain brings more melting (Apr. 6): 

And winter returns (Apr. 8):

...with a vengeance (Apr. 9, a.m.):


Today started out the 2" of snow. Most of it melted down low,
but in the high country, it just keeps piling up (Apr. 13):




A subtle sunset (Apr. 19):







March 3, 2018

The March 2018 Views

A snowy day (March 3):





A gorgeous moon (Mar. 3):

A spectacular evening (Mar. 5):


Colorful sunset (Mar. 6):



Maybe he came for breakfast?! A young Clark's Nutcracker (Mar. 11):






Adult Clark's Nutcracker:








Flicker, watching from afar:

The red-wing blackbirds are back:

Evening alpenglow (Mar. 12):

Rain, snow, clouds, and then sunshine - typical spring day (Mar. 15):




Another decent evening with some cloud action (Mar. 16):


A deck visitor, destroying the safflower tube (Mar. 29):


Pretty clouds and a slight hint of blue (Mar. 19): S

A tiny bit of color in that sunset (Mar. 19):

Sunny blue skies (Mar. 23):

Birds and clouds (Mar. 24):






Evening (Mar. 27):

Early evening (Mar. 28):