11.02.2017

Frozen


autumn leaves
under ice
seasons shift

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pond mandalas


water
endless expression
fluid
frozen
artistic
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snow stars began
our snowy storm
ethereal spirit
 

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I woke to the low of 30F/-1C
Temps are dropping
not the usually rising during the day
28F at the moment

and so it goes
seasons changing

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24 comments:

  1. Here we have improper temperatures for the month of November. And ... we see very little rain, the swamps are
    decreasing a lot.
    Have a good one, Tammie !

    Tomás.

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    1. I think you also had a hot summer with lots of fires like we had. Wishing you just the right amount of rain Tomás.

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  2. Beautiful!

    We've had the odd stray flake.

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    1. I am guessing that you will have more snow ;-)
      We have a big storm predicted for tonight.

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  3. Beautiful pictures! Unless you've had a pond to observe, you might not even understand those two "pond mandala" photos. Neat observations.

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    1. Thank you for enjoying.
      I wondered if the pond mandalas would be understood.

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  4. Brilliant works.
    Thank you for your visiting always.

    I wish You all the best.
    Greeting and hug.

    From Japan, ruma ❃

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  5. Beautiful images of early winter. I do love winter.

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    1. Yes, winter in autumn, thank you Laura.

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  6. Love those snow stars! You show the real beauty of winter here, Tammie!

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    1. I love them too Sandra.
      Thank you for enjoying wintry details.

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  7. The water is gorgeous. Since our winter migration to the desert is stalled this year, I'm hoping the snow waits for a while.

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  8. I love the seasons...I love how things change, look, smell and feel. Lovely photos Tammie Lee! :)

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  9. Tammie, two new terms I love - pond mandalas, and snow stars!

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  10. ^You shoot ice better than ANYONE! ANYWHERE! Beautiful!

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    1. ahhhh, thank you so much Jeanie.

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  11. Lovely pictures. I am pleased it isn't as cold here in Scotland yet, though!!

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    1. Yes, it can be an adjustment to go from warm to cold.
      It is quite pretty though and I guess I am ready. I looked at old photos and this seems to be normal timing, maybe a bit more snow though.

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  12. The leaves under the ice are really pretty! Nice, creative shots!

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  13. Dear Tammie - This post set fire on my imagination. Your Pond Mandala looks containing the universe of your frozen place and the snow stars are glinting in their muted voices.

    Yoko

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  14. I have never seen snow stars - how amazing! Do you know what causes them to form?

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  15. Prachtige fotos Tammie ,als in een winterssprookje
    wonderschoon!!

    Lieve groet
    Christiene.

    Beautiful pictures Tammie, like in a winter snack
    wonderful !!

    with kind regards
    Christiene.

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  16. Oh my, I've never seen the snow stars. How do they form like that I wonder? 28 degrees...baby, it's cold outside haha. Your posts make my heart sing, Tammie Lee.

    ~Sheri

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie