REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Winter Storms On

As I prepare this blog post, we are in the 5th hour of wind and snow---the wind is the problem.  Even a little snow goes a long way to create drifts.  And we already have 2 feet of snow from last week. This image is one I took while on a drive "out north" a few days ago; we wanted to see what the landscape looks like after two wind-driven snow storms---and after the county road crew had opened the roads.  In a white landscape, features often become prominent, if they aren't the type that can be buried by snow.   This skeleton of a tree sits at the top of a slope; I don't recall noticing it before but it was prominent on this particular day.

7 comments:

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

I love this, Evelyn. I see as you find, beauty in all nature.

Devilish Angel said...

Nice pic. Gives solitude...

Bill said...

I LOVE IT! Great picture.

Lisa Gordon said...

I. LOVE. THIS. TREE!!!
I hope you get some relief from the weather soon.

Anne Payne said...

Really stunning image! Love it. We have 10" of snow from the blizzard. I haven't ventured out to take pictures. It's just too frigid for me.

Happy New Year!

Cynthia Schelzig said...

wow, breathtaking shot!

Leslie Miller said...

You have a good eye, Evelyn. There is much beauty in the old snag.