Nature, Wordless Wednesday Winter Trees, Winter Light December 19, 2018 Laurie Graves 30 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Lovely images Laurie, the light looks beautiful with the snow 🤗💖❄ xxx
Many thanks, Xenia!
Pretty shots. The sun is out intermittently, but it is cold out there today. 🙂
Such wintry beauty—love this. It feels quiet and peaceful …perfect for wordless Wednesday.🌲🍁❄🌲💙
The bending branches protect the birds from the storm and cold. Sometimes it seems like they’ll break, but they seldom do!
Not too often, Gayle!
I love the way snow lines all the tree branches in white – so pretty!
It really is!
Lovely photos Laurie, maybe because I come from a warm country ..I’m always surprised that heavy snow doesn’t kill plants ( quite the reverse!)
That’s right. Although it seems counter-intuitive, more snow is best. A cold winter without snow can wipe out a perennial garden. Not good!
Lovely. How did you get that leaf to stay up there?
Gorgeous! We haven’t had fresh snow in a couple of weeks so things are in that dirty grey phase right now….
Oh, that dirty gray look. I know it well.
Beautiful shots, especially the snow on the evergreens.
Thanks, Jason! Winter is such a lovely time.
It’s raining here and it’s wonderful to look at your lovely winter photos.🙂
Alas, today—December 21—it is raining here, too. Looks like March outside. Ugh.
Happy Solstice! Your picture fits the season perfectly.
Glad that you have had seasonable cold to make snow. We have had 3 major rain storms here (3 – 4 inches each over 1 1/2 weeks. The creeks are rising… but then if that all came down as snow, we would be under half a dozen or more feet of snow now. Hey, looks by the left hand banner that I need to get my copy of a new books for winter reading (I suspect by the shape & wieght of some of the presnets under the tree that my reading queue is getting taller.) Merry Christmas. – Oscar
Thanks, Oscar! Hope you get lots of good books for Christmas.
I should be a librarian. Or, a monk. Oh, I’m a hermit…
Great shots -snow is harder than it looks – I never seem to get it right.
A lot of it depends on light. Snow has a tendency to “blow out” when photographed, which produces a sort of haze. More advanced cameras than mine have settings that help deal with the problem. My wee camera isn’t that sophisticated, so I have to really watch the light. Snow also can have a blue tint, which I rather like, but to get a whiter tone, the white balance has to be adjusted. There. End of photography lesson.
I heard all the words you used, and will now go and think about white balance. I’ve always avoided touching it as I’m afraid I may never be able to get it back.
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