WONDER OF WIND (snow winter trees ). Photo by BANGORWALKER

WONDER OF WIND

Uploaded by: BANGORWALKER

Tuesday December 28, 2010

Bangor, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I wonder why it is that Mother Nature's wind would clear a spot under the bird feeder, while blowing a 4 to 6 foot drift along the West side of my house, effectively burying my 3 steps down off the back deck...or could it be that I placed the bird feeder in a spot that has been clear of snow several times in past Winters?

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About BANGORWALKER

BANGORWALKER

Central Maine weather can be very changeable and I hope to show the world what a true 4 season climate is like.

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