30 thoughts on “Winter Trees, Winter Light”

  1. Lovely images Laurie, the light looks beautiful with the snow πŸ€—πŸ’–β„ xxx

  2. Such wintry beauty—love this. It feels quiet and peaceful …perfect for wordless Wednesday.πŸŒ²πŸβ„πŸŒ²πŸ’™

  3. The bending branches protect the birds from the storm and cold. Sometimes it seems like they’ll break, but they seldom do!

  4. 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!)

  5. 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

    1. 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.

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