Spring on the Red River 2015

I have mentioned before that I see changes every day when Chester and I have our walks along the Red River.  I’ve been saving pictures for the last several days to put all together so you can see these changes yourself.  It has been an interesting spring (as usual), with what seemed like a very early spring – to a drastic drop in temperatures and more snow.  These pictures cover many of the days from March 15th to March 27th.   There is still plenty of ice left on the river, but if we actually get some warm days, it will melt quickly and there will soon be large chunks of ice moving along.

RedRiverE Mar15
RedRiverE Mar15
RedRiverW Mar 15
RedRiverW Mar 15
RedRiverW Mar 17
RedRiverW Mar 17
RedRiverE Mar17
RedRiverE Mar17
RedRiverE Mar19
RedRiverE Mar19
RedRiverW Mar19
RedRiverW Mar19

RedRiverW Mar 20
RedRiverW Mar 20

Red RiverW March20
Red RiverW March20
RedRiverE Mar 22
RedRiverE Mar 22
RedRiver W Mar 22
RedRiver W Mar 22
RedRiverW Mar23
RedRiverW Mar23
RedRiverE Mar23
RedRiverE Mar23
RedRiverE Mar26
RedRiverE Mar26
RedRiverW Mar26
RedRiverW Mar26
RedRiverW Mar 27
RedRiverW Mar 27
RedRiverE Mar 27
RedRiverE Mar 27

Some pictures were taken in the morning and some in the afternoon.  We often walk too early in the morning for pictures.  The Red River flows north, but is traveling west at the location where Chester and I normally walk, so I have the directions as looking East or West in each picture.

2 thoughts on “Spring on the Red River 2015

  1. I love how the colors change depending on the time of day. The open water along the shore goes from gray to blue to pink and every other color in between.

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