Seasonal nexus

The storm headed up North America’s east coast–which a friend of mine in the US notes as disappearing once it hits the Canadian border–developed into a dump of sleet that continues this morning.  It seems to be falling grey, not even waiting to turn that shade after traffic slooshes through it. And that means I am back on “weather watch duty” for HRM’s libraries.

Yesterday was the linking opposite number of end of fall.  A walk in Point Pleasant was an exercise in ruddy browns and dry air that wasn’t quite cold.

And yesterday was the one clear day, when I was home during daylight, that I could finally show off what has come to mass late this week, streetwise:

Looking north on South Park, midblock between Fenwick and South


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