Feb 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Winter White




My backyard has a bluish-grey look from the overcast sky.

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21 comments:

catsynth said...

Beautiful image of the snow. It looks really soft in that picture.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

It looks beautiful. I miss the snow...

Anonymous said...

I love snow but this year we've had more than we care to! No where near DC but plenty for us!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Looks so frigid brrrr ... the plant appears so delicate but with an endurance able to resist being buried by the drifts.

CARMEN said...

Lovely. So a beautiful winter picture :) Happy WW

Beth F said...

You got a ton of snow!

Sara {Rhapsody and Chaos} said...

Ah, it looks just like good old Fairfax Virginia :)

TBM said...

Oh, I do love seeing the delicate branches in Winter. A lovely, snowy landscape :-)

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Awesome shot!

Kat @ For the Love of Chaos said...

I love the unique angle of the capture!! :) Snow photos are always a win!

Tea said...

I love this photo of snow. Too often my eyes don't catch that bluish, greyish color we see in photos and paintings. We think of snow. We think of the color white. Not so. Thanks. It's lovely.

Darlene said...

Great photo. I'm enjoying seeing snow somewhere other than my house this year. lol.

fredamans said...

That is really neat!

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PattiKen said...

Thanks for stopping by my site and commenting. Your picture is just how I like my snow scenes: two dimensional! We are in Florida now, but your shot looks like it was taken in my backyard in Massachusetts.

Mandy Southgate said...

Gosh, it looks pretty deep there! We've only have ice rain for a week now in London.

Staci said...

Your snow looks wonderful. The snow in the thumb is yucky now!!!

Jemi Fraser said...

Pretty! Snow pictures are gorgeous :)

Anonymous said...

Winter is so my favorite season. Your photograph looks like it does in Illinois where there are lots of gray days, but rather than finding them depressing, I find them calming and peaceful. I 'm in a huge minority here, of whiners about Chicago cold.

kayerj said...

winter is lovely isn't it :)
Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

Naz said...

I never play with snow before. Thanks for this picture.

Unknown said...

Cool picture but rather depressing.
hugs
shakira

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