2.17.2013

Snow


lines they wrinkle crinkle and furrow


blown by the wind and waves


snow that melts
shadows that preserve


snowflakes piled this way and that


textures
layers


light and shadow


designs that pull ones eyes along the lines
a sensuous caress


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27 comments:

from Madrid said...

Curiosities offered by mother nature, playing with the snow that gives us.

Greeting, Tammie.
Tomás

ANITA said...

Very relaxing photoes:-)
You know once an old lady told me.if one had troubles and worries..just think of snow and snowflakes falling down
The same with your photoes..calming and beautiful
Best wishes and love from me:-)

sandy said...

You got some wonderful textures!

anno said...

FABULOUS series! let's hope your next one is of green grass and crocus!

rossichka said...

A Snow Rhapsody!!:)

You are living in a snow kingdom...

Barb said...

A lullaby of snow! I love it in all it's forms.

earthenmagic said...

...awesome captivating beauty!...
...the whiter`y muses play ~ dance a heated exchange ~ until they all lay in a heap!...
...exhausted ~ they will transform ~ melt away ~ to play another day with ~ the water undines ~ in streams ~ gurgling brooks ~ swimming ~ ever faster to a new and exciting home ~ the sea! ~ blessed be! ~ dear kindred heart!...(:

Sandra said...

Wonderful snow designs and glorious textures. They all have their unique and subtle beauty. I do rather have a nice sweeping feeling when I look at your fourth capture with feather brush touches of shadows adding depth to the contours.

orvokki said...

Love your snow. These images are superwonderful.
You have the sun, it makes snow beautiful. I'm witing the sun and spring very much, but it takes still time :)

The Glebe Blog said...

Nature is the supreme artist Tammie, you've captured her beautifully.

Barry said...

TL - I love the texture and shadows in your photos - beautiful soft flow and movement. Thanks for recording and sharing. b

Remei said...

A gift for the senses ...
I'm reading your words, looking at photos, and peace comes into my home ....
Thanks Tammie, you are wonderful!

karen said...

your snow always looks so much more beautiful than ours....
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Optimistic Existentialist said...

I really really want some of that snow here :)

Trish said...

how beautiful... xxx

montucky said...

It is beautiful, isn't it! We must enjoy it while it's here!

ladyfi said...

A wonderful snow symphony! Beautiful shots.

Geraldine said...

How beautiful Tammie. Snow can be a tough subject to capture but you've done a great job with all of these. Love that blue hue on some of the above.

Happy Week, G

Hilary said...

Very pretty snowy shots, TL.

Hilda R.B said...

Wonderful lines you got here. The shadows in the snow has a beautiful blue colour. I love this blue!
Thanks for this series Tammie!
All the snow has rain away from us now...maybe it will come again?
Wish you a nice winter week.
Hug from Hilda

Gunnar Hustad said...

Nice blog and with many beautiful pictures!

lissa said...

I like seeing snow untouched like that. it's always seems like the earth is so peaceful - freezing but peaceful.

have a great day.

Rosemari Roast said...

Such beautiful movement … subtle color … magical winterscape!

Laura said...

It is almost hypnotic viewing the many shapes and shadows shifting across the snow throughout a day. Beautiful images as always Tammie:-)

Yarrow said...

I love snow, no wonder Inuits have so many words for it :D

Carol said...

Tammie, Snow truly is a great canvas for wind and shadows and your artist eyes have captured so many different moods. Beautiful photography.

elena nuez said...

i like alot this road seems cotton, the textures are beautiful i love them!
Thanks Tammie!