Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Snow Catchers



We had a few inches of very fluffy snow on Monday, and Tuesday morning was a beautiful blue and white wonderland.  There are still a few rose hips left on the wild bushes, and they caught the snow making fragile constructions of white wonder.

19 comments:

ELK said...

soft and bright

Jennifer said...

Mother Nature is remarkable. Snow finds the most amazing places to collect.

mountain.mama said...

And then it's gone. Good job catching it!

Kacey said...

Almost makes me wish for snow...notice I said ALMOST ;)

Char said...

love the splashes of red against the snow

Carolynn said...

Very pretty, although.....I'm still savouring yesterday's spectacular shot.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Fluffy and lovely.

Jen

sharilyn said...

(i wish my hips looked that cool!) :) lovely photo!

Laurie said...

It is so lovely.

We've had several light snows this winter. It's been bitter cold and the snow has not been overwhelming but just enough to make it magical.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love the way snow sometimes clings to branches. Looks like a fairy was out with her wand.

Marcie said...

Stunning colors. Love the dof!!!

Country Girl said...

I love.

I love.

I love your place.

spread your wings said...

love that soft snow that sticks to everything.

Beth said...

we haven't had any good snow in quite some time....not that I want anymore right now, but the outdoors shots are starting to become null and void as I'm running out of good stuff to shoot and it's still sooooo cold out there !!!

but.....this shot of yours is fabulous !!!

Lew said...

Beautiful! So delicate that it's a wonder that the wind didn't blow it away.

Kerri said...

Fabulous capture!

Hyde DP said...

we had bits of snow early in the week but then it went and now it is just cold and wet

Delwyn said...

The DNA double helix molecule...

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