REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, December 9, 2013

Icy Creek with Texture

It's a little creek that runs west to east at the south edge of our rural town; it fills the wide creek bed in the spring when the snow melts in the mountains; it completely dries up during the summer.  Late fall rain with some mountain snow has made the creek flow this winter, but below-freezing temperatures are producing thick ice.    For Texture Tuesday, I've added Kim's kk_deep sigh to an image edited first with Rad Lab.


13 comments:

Angie said...

Oooooo... So pretty and looks icy cold! Oh Evelyn, what amazing photo opportunities you have now! Yay for you! This is lovely. xo

CATHY said...

This is a beautiful image and texture work. Happy holidays!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

it looks frosty cold. a nice place for a walk in the wood

Margie said...

Pretty winter scene.

Gail Dixon said...

There is something about the desolate look of winter that I just love. Beautiful photo of the icy stream and barren trees. I particularly like the colors here.

Kim Stevens said...

I have to live these beautiful scenes through all my blog friends, and although it has gotten cold (for here) we rarely ever see snow on the gulf coast except for after a hurricane year.

Dotti said...

Oh my gosh! What a beautiful place! And that texture is perfect for it.

bailey-road.com said...

This is so lovely, Evelyn. I love the subtle color palette of the season.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

This is beyond beautiful, Evelyn..
It's mesmerizing!

Kelly said...

THAT looks like a place I could get lost in with photo ops galore! visiting from KK

D said...

What a beautiful photo. Great job with the textures. DeAnne

Carola Bartz said...

This looks really cold but very beautiful at the same time.

Nina said...

Your photo of the wintery view is so beautiful - also in your header! Looks very cold as well!