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December 10, 2014 § 25 Comments
to all shades of grey
the black and white
of early snow
Tagged: black and white, distinction, landscape, mountain, outdoors, shades of grey, snow, trees, winter
It is really beautiful.
Nice shot. Thanks.
fantastic capture and quote
Lovely! I can almost sense the “hush” of the snow in the photograph.
This is lovely
All of our snow is gone now for the most part…now it’s mush and ice.
Still clean and crisp – as is your pic
beautiful study in black and white, like a maze with many ways to go. Jane
I love the contrast of snow and branch, beautiful image.
Beautiful photo! 🙂
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Dramatic contrast of black and white.
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the image is soft and heavy at the same time! Beautiful.
Lovely shot – yes, our landscape becomes largely black and white, doesn’t it?
Love the contrasting black and white…beautiful and bold!
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This is awesome!!
Love snow covered branches.
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