Frozen Waters of Connecticut, January 2013
By Ralph Fato on January 26, 2013, 11:55am Last modified: January 27, 2013, 9:50pm
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It's amazing how picturesque Connecticut is in all four seasons. My work allows me to travel throughout the state and witness this natural beauty. Whether you're visiting a state park or just driving the roads, there's always something to see, and the weather doesn't matter. From blue skies, to rain and from cloudy days to snow. Look around and you'll begin to appreciate the landscape of the state.
Image above is from Norwalk. I used HDR on the camera setting to makes the colors standout more. But as we all know, pictures dont do justice.
Camera: Kodak Z990
Temperatures last 6 days: Ranging from 5-25°F with wind chills from -5 to 10°F.
Counties:Hartford, Litchfield, Fairfield
Here's a collection of waters that are frozen over or beginning to ice up. With very little moisture past few weeks, rivers are not flowing strong, which has allowed ice to form. You can tell from the pictures there's not much snow on the ground. Since November 1st under 20 inches of snow has fallen for BDR and BDL.
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