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Snow builds on the roof of the little Yosemite Chapel.
Last time in Yosemite I just had a make a stop at the chapel.
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I took this photo on a snow shoe hike at Sudelfeld, an area that belongs to the Bavarian Alps. The light was just great at this afternoon...there is nothing better than combining two passions - hiking and photography...
Ich habe das Bild während einer Schneeschuhwanderung im Sudelfeld, in den Bayerischen Alpen, geschossen. Das Licht war großartig an diesem Nachmittag...es gibt doch nichts Schöneres als zwei Leidenschaften miteinander zu verbinden - Wandern und Fotografieren...
This peak got hit hard in our recent snowfall and really stood out among the lower ones that didn't. Morning light breaking through the clouds. I took this shot from the Manti turn off on SR 6 in Utah looking south southwest. Not sure which peak it is. Thanks for all your comments, favs and visits!
Early morning view at Lake Chuzenji, Nikko, after spring snow.
I know it's another photo of Lola and Romero playing in the snow but I love this photo and wanted to share it on flickr. It was taken in January on the village recreation field - dogs get all the fun!
it is snowing this morning and out to take photo at the Gentleshaw Common
It was windy and snowy morning on the Štrbské Mountain-Lake in High Tatras, Slovakia.
My previous upload from this place taken after the weather cleared up:
in this strange winter the snow is humid and easily sticks on trees.
Serrasecca, Mount Simbruini Group.
We had a beautiful, brief snow today. I couldn't resist going to the park to play. It always reminds me of 'Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening' by Robert Frost. Take a few moments to enjoy the beauty around us.
Happy Sliders Sunday
Updating with full text of the poem for the feel,write,share group. This is one of my favorite poems because a lot of my photography is done on impulse. I see something that strikes me and i stop and capture what i see. For me the feeling
or noticing comes first, words are much harder.
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
BY ROBERT FROST
Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.
My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.
He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound’s the sweep
Of easy wind and downy flake.
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
NO -- NO -- no snow here -- but a return to cold this morning - sufficient enough to leave ice on my car that needed to be scraped before I drove to work ---
Yes, our flowers are still abloom -- but I thought I'd post some paintings I did earlier this winter but didn't get a chance to post! LOL
BUSY BUSY time this week -- meeting upon meeting upon meeting. I got home last night with enough energy to paint a quick image - but the weeks of intensity are beginning to catch up with me and I'm heading to bed earlier than normal. Not a bad thing, just not a lot of time after a long work day to paint. Thank heavens for weekends! LOL
Hope your day is WARM!!
Yes, a late winter storm brought snowfall overnight! Blanca's first fresh snow ever and my first in 10 years! We went for a long walk this morning and took a lot of pictures. By the afternoon, it had melted away. And while she enjoyed checking out the snow, in the end she was glad to get back into her bed! That snow is so cold on the feet!
This storm that was suppose to miss us is hitting us pretty good right now!
I think this is the most snow we have had on the ground at one time all winter.
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I am eyeing the Lensbaby Velvet 56 after seeing some photo art I admire and reading an article. Have any of you used it? Any thoughts/warnings? I would love to hear from you!
Now on to the photograph...our first snow, taken from Skaha Beach in Penticton, BC, Canada. I've rarely seen the water so calm - this is a popular lake for windsurfing. The combination of snow, clouds, and light created a pretty sheen on the water that I quite liked.
This was taken on the same day as my earlier mallard duck photo www.flickr.com/photos/akmitchell/30831952204/in/dateposte...
I'm not sure if we'll have a white Christmas this year, as temperatures are supposed to warm up this week. You won't hear me complaining :-)
Another shot from last years Switzerland trip. This was from the Golden Pass train. I was shooting 850nm (black and white) IR as we fell below the snow line and I realised that snow and grass was coming out the same, so I switched to 600nm so that I could get some colour separation between the two.