First Day of Spring Through the Lens


Dawn breaks on March 20 in Cherry Township, Sullivan County (top) in this photo by Karen Black. Miles away in Stevens Point, Susquehanna County, there was too much snow yet on the ground for Wanda Rockwell to find any signs of spring besides the blooms inside her house.

For the most part, the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania were spared the wrath of the latest nor’easter to chug up the coast, but true signs of spring were still hard to find due to a lengthy, chilly winter that doesn’t seem ready to give up. readers offered these photos as signs that spring is no so far away.

Crocuses by Danielle Lamb, Windham Township, Wyoming County.

Snow drops in Wysox Towsnhip, Bradford County, by Cindy Clark.

Deb Kintner of Mayo Beach, Wyoming County, snapped the images of the robin (above0 and pussy willow (below).

Gail James of Meshoppen Township, Wyoming County, shared some poetry in motion as geese fly over Griffiths Pond on Tuesday morning (click link below).

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Managing Editor of, dedicated to providing interesting information about life in the Endless Mountains region of northern Pennsylvania. The website - a meager investment with no immediate return - is meant to be community-based and to reflect the varied tastes of its readers. Submissions from legitimate organizations and event coordinators are welcome and will be published as space and time allow. This website is operated by Endless Mountains Media Services. I am seeking submissions of news stories, promotional press releases, and photos for posting with full recognition for the submitter. I am also hoping to build a base of correspondents who would enjoy being my "ears and eyes" in parts of the four county region where news is happening. I am also a self-employed media consultant and freelance writer/editor, providing professional services for businesses, municipalities, and organizations for which retaining a full time staff writer is not a viable option.

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