OK, March was a crazy little month.
Spring came. Then it felt like summer. Then … three feet of snow got dumped on us.
What kind of joker does Mother Nature think she is?
For me, I didn’t get some of the shots I wanted to. Most of my camera work this month was work related, so I had to kind of really think about this one a bit, based on the images I have. I had to look at them and figure what I could do with them.
So, I’ll see how this comes out. And, with that in mind, let’s get to my five for the month!
1. Four signals
On the first day of Stella, I decided to walk and take photos. This one shows the four signal lights (counting the two “sets” as one each — two pointing the other way) in the midst of the storm. Turns out the plow was a friend, too, out doing what he could to try and keep up.
2. Four feet
These piles of snow (the second day) were a bit more than four feet. Crazy.
I love dice and try and collect different ones when I can. Here were a few different ones out of my small collection.
I love board games and play when I can. Here’s four meeples. Green is on top, of course, as that’s the color I play as much as I can.
5. Four others
Earlier this month, I went to a game convention in Connecticut. I played a five-player game in one slot, and this is a shot with the other four. I liked out it came out.
There are my five and I look forward to seeing what others had this month!
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