LIFE IN NEW JERSEY: Snow in March? I didn’t think that really happened here. But it did last week and once again turned parts of New Jersey including my local town, into a breath-taking winter wonderland. I know you’re all probably sick of my continous rambling on about the beauty of snow here. However, I’m severely addicted it seems, to the mesmerizing effect that fresh snow has on the local landscape.
So if you can bear with me one more time this season, please enjoy the photos of beautiful Montclair in the unfairly maligned US state of New Jersey.
A bare ugly tree is transformed into beauty in New Jersey in a later winter snow storm. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
The entrance to Brookdale Park in Montclair New Jersey during a March snow storm. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
Brookdale Park in Montclair NJ in the midst of a snow storm. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
Two ladies cross-country skiing on the buried sidewalk in Brookdale Park in Montclair New Jersey. The only way to travel when the snow is so deep. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
Anderson Park in Upper Montclair during a March snow storm. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
Anderson Park is a white blanket except for the red stop sign in the background. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
A last of the season snow storm in Montclair New Jersey transforms an ordinary suburban street into a beautiful wonderland. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ
The same street in the previous photo only a few hours later. You can see how quickly the snow is melting. Within a few hours nearly all of it has gone due to the warmer temperatures in March as we head towards Spring in the next two weeks. Photo © Expat Aussie In NJ