Saturday, March 7, 2009

A Surefier Sign of Spring in New England

Today's photo is part of an essay about maple sugaring over on Smells Like Grape. This is a surefire sign of spring! Check it out.

©2009 ShootingMyUniverse

7 comments:

Natural Moments said...

It's interesting to watch wood melt, changing form, becoming something new be recycling back into an unseen chain of existance.

Roy said...

Steve, I had a look at the Maple Sugar entry in SLG. That was very interesting, never knew anything like that existed.

N1TOX said...

From Fishing in the wide open ocean, to lighthouses and sunsets, then to a local farming event, you have it covered...

Eve said...

Its my favorite time of year...except for the mud!!! Thanks for steering us to another great post.
Your word verification for me is "fling" Like SPRING FLING!!!

VALKYRIEN said...

Blogging is a wonderful idea! Reading other blogs can be fun and useful! Today I learned something new - again! I had no idea how maple syrup was made, so this was very interesting!

And your photo is so warming! I have just been walking my dog in a terrible snowstorm, and I needed that fire to get me started again! :)

Steve B said...

Sorry to hear about the snow storm Valkrien, but I guess being so close to the Arctic Circle, you must expect it. I'm glad that I can share part of our New England heritage with the world and it make it worth while to have people enjoy the work.

Steve B said...

Hi Eve, As we say in New England, there are five seasons...Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and MUD!

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