where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 7, 2014 § 34 Comments
it comes and comes and covers all
the ground, the trees and all of fall
Tagged: landscape, pine tree, pine tree in snow, snow, trees, winter, winter apparel, winter clothes, woods
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nice winter pic… brrr 🙂
I can’t begin to comprehend how COLD it must be, but some “cool” would be most welcome here atm
A gentle scene
Thanks so much for all of your kind and thoughtful comments. Your photos are magnificent and accompanied by such skillful narration. I’m following.
Best to you!
Always pretty too. Nature has her own way of slowing us down.
Winter wonderland 🙂
It’s amazing how the juxtaposition of three simple words, ‘Winter’s White Dress’, can create such a vivid image. I really liked that.
I just love your winter and snow photos, snow gives such a good feeling, it’s so beautiful, and we see so little of it here.
Evergreen snow dresses are one of my favorite winter fashion accessories. Love your imagery and play on words!
We love White Birch!
I liked it! Good title.
Such beauty ♥
Beautiful snowy scene.
Yes, it certainly does… And stays and stays! 😉
Lovely picture. Snow is so beautiful. I hope we get some this year!
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Lovely! There was a bit ice on the streets today.. Made me want to go out for some photos! Instead I am on my way to work..
Thank you for sharing and have a great Monday!
Beautiful snow scene! Have a super week! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Lovely, as usual …
Sometimes your photos look like paintings…lovely
wow, decorate that tree and it is a winter wonderland
I love this photo … especially the little sheltered space under the fir tree … Jane
Jane – that is what drew me to this image 🙂
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Beautiful ☺ simple elegance. Many thanks for visiting my blog xo peace
Very beautiful and nice!
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