Winter Trees, Winter Light

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30 thoughts on “Winter Trees, Winter Light”

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

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

  3. 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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