As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, on April 1st 2017 Mother Nature decided to prank New England with a springtime Nor’easter. Apparently she decided that was so much fun, she wanted to do it again, but lucky for us her attempt was much less enthusiastic this time around.
I’ve also mentioned a few times lately that I decided not to be caught without my camera when heading out with hubby in the car (since I’m perpetually a passenger now thanks to my Essential Tremor, taking pictures while driving is much less dangerous these days… and yes, kidding – I was far too uptight as a driver to try to snap shots whilst wheeling down the highway). However, when we took off on Thursday to do a few quick errands, it was late afternoon on a cloudy day, so I decided to leave my Nikon at home.
As I walked out to the car, I said to hubby, “Hey, it almost looks like bits of hail spitting down.”
By the time we got to our first destination (auto supply store for a new car battery – story for another day), it was most definitely snowing. And me without my aforementioned camera.
So I decided to give my phone camera a go, and after taking close to 100 captures (with about two dozen of those being short videos of the snow coming down), I combed through and found enough decent ones for a post! Now, without further ado…
When Mother Nature says, “April Fools!”
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