The finest of snow-particles came down. They were small enough to be caught by the wind and blown into every direction, left, right, up, down, forward, backwards.
And… officially it’s spring now. Great. Of course, proverbial spring snow is still a possibility. Even with global warming. So, this morning it looked white.
It’s a grey, cold, boring day today and -after having done some shopping this morning- I couldn’t be bothered to go out again.
And suddenly it snowed. Fierce. And then minutes later it stopped again leaving a thin layer of snow on the balcony. I stepped out to take the familiar picture of the horizon and when I went back in I noticed the pattern in the snow.
News has a kind of mystery;
When I shook hands with Chou En-lai
On this bare field outside Peking
Just now, the world was listening
And it’s back to the snow again, today.
The railway schedule for the day was difficult to say the least. I managed to arrive in Utrecht where things got easier. In the end I came home at about the expected time.
In the Nassaulaan there was a lot of snow which had fallen in a short time.
This morning it’s white on the fields because of the snow. I read that it snowed a lot in other parts of the country. Here there was just some mild snowing going on.
The snow still thick on what will be the last day for now with snow. It’ll start melting tonight.