Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Penobscot River Bridge

The weather in Bangor has been unseasonably warm this winter with temperature rising above freezing point in the afternoons. This caused the normally frozen Penobscot River to melt. I have posted a photo last week of the river when it was still frozen.

7 comments:

Olivier said...

un beau panorama sous la neige, un beau b√Ętiment au fond...

Hilda said...

Gosh, that was fast. I hope you like the warmer weather. (I can't assume — I've met a few people who actually prefer cold, icy temps.)

Such a lovely scene and the blue of the sky is wonderful.

Lily Hydrangea said...

Amazing before & after shots!
I am looking forward to Abe's VP house shot too.

Alexa said...

Wow, Ming—what a difference a day makes! This shot gives me hope that spring may come after all.

Alexa said...

Did I say "a day"? Well, maybe more like a week, but still . . .

Kitty said...

how strange? we're still chilly here.

Very quaint view, Ming!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful shot and warming!

Doris