Photo of the Day - March 2020


macrumors 68030
Original poster
Apr 14, 2005
Welcome to Photo of the Day. The POTD thread was started by iGary in May, 2006 and converted to a monthly thread in November 2007 by Arn. POTD is one of the most popular picture groups on MacRumors, often exceeding 500 posts and 20,000 views per month.

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macrumors 6502a
Feb 20, 2012
Denver, Colorado, USA
Not a great or even particularly interesting shot. But if you live in a place like Colorado, where it's brown a great deal of the year, we love it when the first color comes in as spring makes its way through. It's going to be overall brown here for a couple of more months, but the sight of the first crocuses of the year in our yard is always a cause for (our) celebration. It has been so cold over the last month or so that they're actually a couple of weeks later than normal. But they made it in under the wire on the last day (leap day) of February.

First crocuses of 2020 by Ray Harrison, on Flickr


macrumors 6502a
Jul 17, 2013
Orlando, FL
The single track roadway is the trail, essentially a dike between two holding ponds - no wildlife barriers. The roadway is for service vehicles (and a volunteer operated electric golfcart/tram on weekends). While closed to automotive traffic, open daily to pedestrians/hikers, bicyclist, and horseback. I was hiking the popular 2 mile "birding trail", but overall over 20 miles of trails.

Photo yesterday, and for the next few days will be from that hike.
Wetlands Mar 2020-2500px-14.jpg
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