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December 29, 2016 § 16 Comments
the quieting white
December’s last days
Tagged: birch, connecticut river, end of the year, endings, landscape, quiet, river, river view, shroud, snow, snow storm, snowfall, snowflakes
I read an interesting article a few months ago about the science of snow and fog quiet. It’s real, for some particular reasons I can’t remember now. But I remember this kind of quiet, and you’ve captured it beautifully.
SO interesting – because it really does FEEL different!
Beautiful winter scene.
Lovely, lasting moment.
Thanks Rich. This spot on the oxbow of the Connecticut river is one of my favorite places.
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This is so pretty! It’d make a great card. 😉
So glad we are having snow this year!
Yes, and we might get a lot with this latest. A real storm has to yield at least 8″… 😉
love this Catherine….something about snow against a green conifer….
Ah how I do miss the Birch tree…
Absolutely beautiful! The words compliment the photo
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Oh great shot! You either braved the cold or shot this one through a very clear window! Beautiful either way!
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Outstanding (the tree, yes, but also the whole scene, with “shrouds” to tie it and the year together). Another saver!
I love this photo! 🙂
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