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December 30, 2017 § 20 Comments
the arctic morning
Tagged: arctic, art, feathers, filagree, ice, morning, plumes, screen, tracery, window
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Some of your icy filigree would be most welcome down here at the present time
I love these icy pictures. We never see them nowadays.
An ocean of icy waves. Beautiful!
Oh, just gorgeous.
Gorgeous, but brrrr, so chilly. Stay warm!
I love the peeking screen!
Reblogged this on carriestaples and commented:
My favorite blog poster strikes again! Happy New Year!
Exquisite! How did you capture this, leaf and twig?
We are in the midst of an arctic cold snap. -20 yesterday morning. The colder it gets the more ornate and amazing the frost structures are that grow on the windows over night. The plus side of sub zero temps! This shot was taken from the inside looking out with the morning light as back light. Wishing you the very best in 2018 Cynthia!
I can, in fact, understand that being from Michigan originally! Nonetheless, still flummoxed by your fine work at times. A fine gift. And many good wishes returned to you!
Exquisite was just the word I was going to use before Cynthia beat me to it.
Nature is an amazing artist and you are an amazing artist to see it and capture beautiful pictures! Thank you for finding beauty even in extreme weather.
Another one for exquisite…
Oh! Again this wonderful frozen world!
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