Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Winter Tree

Snapped this photo last week. The sky was such a gorgeous blue, making for a beautiful backdrop for the snow-covered mountains. Just looking at it makes me feel all cool and refreshed, especially since the temperatures have been in the 60s the past couple days.

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12 comments:

Mamirosa & Co said...

That is a gorgeous picture!
Looks cold though!
Brrrrr... *hehe*

Jenn said...

Wow, that is beautiful!!

rainbowmummy said...

beautiful, frame that!!!

Mojo said...

Definitely frame that. That's a keeper for sure. Like a giant snowflake... a macroflake.

Or something.

Raging Dad said...

Beautiful picture! It reminds me of cold, crisp Minnesota days. Sometimes I miss the snow, living in the Pacific Northwest now.

Beth F said...

Stunning shot! Great capture. Definitely frame it!

catsynth said...

Wow, that is a beautiful picture. The lighting on the ice is perfect, as is the shape of the tree itself. One can really see it's fractal nature (it almost looks computer generated).

Robin of My Two Blessings said...

Absolutely beautiful. I love shots like this.

StatMama said...

I absolutely LOVE this photo. Wow. I'm a big fan of winter trees :)

PS: I left you a big long comment reply on my blog!

Quirky Mom said...

Wow, that's so pretty!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I wanted to say hi, and also mention that Hubby and I visited Natural Bridge on our honeymoon. It was rainy and yucky, we both had awful colds, but it was still very pretty!

Laura said...

Wow. Beautiful....

Tricia said...

I remember our ice storm it is super scary. The sounds they make when the ice starts cracking. But the site of the ice storm is amazing.