We may have an invincible summer in the depths of us, but it’s harder and harder to realize, in the face of 21 inches of snow on Wednesday. The world hushed, went still, silent and white, for 24 hours. We’re left with mountains of snow at every corner and turn, bitter bitter cold, crunching underfoot and for the older of us, a cautious, inching gait as we go slowly, slowly —
I promise you, this photo was taken in color ((haiku courtesy David Elpern):
in a world of one color
the sound of wind.