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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Some Cold Days - Snap

Recently we had some very cold days - ice and frost formed on just about everything.  What looks like snow is really very heavy frost.
For snaps in sets I've chosen the trees in a frozen  seasonal pond




14 comments:

Rose said...

Wonderful captures...

doodles n daydreams said...

These shots are rather magical - very wintery as well :)

Diana

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

JoAnn, just beautiful. You really did get cold there!. Always love the trunks of the birch trees or are they aspens. Shows you how much nature I know..Happy Wednesday..Judy

helena said...

beautiful trees and winter scenes - hard for me to imagine that much ice

The Weaver of Grass said...

Beautiful JoAnn. They remind of David Hockney's paintings of trees.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty wintry scenes. I love the trees! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

Julie Fukuda said...

My dad was a great photographer all his life and used to do slide shows. One I really loved no matter how many times I saw it was "The faces and phases of water". I loved the beautiful frost on the windows and the trees and ice on the pond and icicles hanging from the eves. Your pictures bring some of those memories back.

Patio Postcards said...

I always think winter looks it's best from photos that I view from inside. Nice collection for Snap.

Amy at love made my home said...

The cracked ice around the bases of the trees is amazing isn't it. Very beautiful photos! xx

Maggie said...

Beautiful! I can see you haven't lost your touch while you have been away.

Kay said...

Brrrrr! It looks like it's been colder up your way than it has been here (though we did get a few chilly nights). I really like the light in these shots, and the yellow moss.

marshaleith said...

lovely photos of the forest and the water

Nicol Carm said...

Wonderful pictures!

J said...

"Ice cold!" beautiful! Love the reflections!