Winter Wanderings and Wonders
When winter comes to full bloom, a lot of my friends ask the questions "why do we live here?" Granted, there are days when bitter cold and high winds make me wonder the same thing. But for the most part, I love the 4 seasons offered by the great Northeast and cherish the days when I can venture out and explore some of our 170 acres. It sure comes in handy to have a playground in your own backyard and yesterday, I had the chance to go exploring. Here's some of what I discovered along the way...
Can you see the various profiles formed by drifting snow?
I love the contrast between the tree and sky. By itself, the tree might convey a certain loneliness. But against the rich blue sky, I see independence
I love the warm, curvy tones of this tree, long past it's prime
This image really cracked me up. I can only imagine 2 turkeys coming face to face at the intersection and pausing to let the other one pass :))
A quick change of lenses brings a whole new point of view to the wonders of nature
I love looking for abstracts in nature. Here a twig frozen in ice and a snow capped rock
Yes, I was walking on thin ice :))))
More wonderful abstracts. Who says winter isn't beautiful?!?!
And finally, a warm, furry coat until spring. I hope you enjoyed this little tour around the farm. You can see my whole collect of Adirondack Scenics right here http://marronephotography.com/scenic-landing-page Enjoy!!
These shots are beautiful, Karl. Some of the water pics actually made me feel a chill. Very nice!
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