In the Western Hemisphere, the shortest amount of daylight falls on Winter Solstice, around December 21st. Learn more here: WINTER SOLSTICE
Some frosty nature I saw out walking in the early morning.
Here is a Killdeer I saw walking on water this morning, it was about 18 degrees.
Winter Solstice is the “shortest” day of the year, light wise in the Western Hemisphere. It is also when the winter season begins. Solstices happen twice a year, first around June 21 and then again around December 21. On the June Solstice, the Sun is directly overhead in the Northern Hemisphere, while on the December Solstice, the Sun… Read More WINTER BEGINS