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In Winter. January 23, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
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A frozen river, a Bridge of Snow:

bridge of snow

Blueberry bushes and pasture hummocks:

blue hummocks

A snow-choked Clesson Brook:

clesson brook in winter

Now I’m off to dance, barefoot and wide-eyed, in Northampton.  🙂

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1. sylvia - January 23, 2009

Gorgeous! as always! Hope Northampton is ready for you!

2. Bobbie - January 23, 2009

Clesson Brook is fantastic!

Dance, man, dance!

3. Lisa - January 23, 2009

I love that stream picture!

4. +Maya Pavlova - January 23, 2009

Beautiful, TCR. Thanks for the food for eyes and soul.

Hope you are boogie-ing away.

5. Jane R - January 23, 2009

Oops, that was me, not my cat. She keeps slipping her name into your wordpress thingie.

6. Tengrain - January 23, 2009

Oh, Dude: get a show. I keep telling you, get a show.

I’ll say it again: Get a show.

Regards,

Tengrain

PS – get a show.

7. littlebangtheory - January 24, 2009

Ten, 😆

And Jane, my pics get more cattractive in the spring and summer; little furry Bishops seem to enjoy flowers and bugs! 🙂

You rest-all, thanks. I liked that group of photos. Winter seems to be a good tine of year to use a more subdued palette.

8. sherry - January 24, 2009

i adore the 1st one, oh i do!!!!

9. Pagan Sphinx - January 24, 2009

I’m with Sherry. It’s magical. This is a brilliant and beautiful set, CR! One of your best.

I know how you dance but I hope you took care not to let your eyes out of your socket, ok? I know how you dance, man! 😉

I think you should get a show, too. Or have an assistant follow you around and film you while you photograph….and…dance! 😀

10. dianne - January 25, 2009

the reflection is amazing!

11. susan - January 29, 2009

That truly is a magnificent picture. Everything harmonizes beautifully.

You know we’re thinking of leaving the west coast and moving to NS but I’m very scared of the winters. Your pictures almost make me feel a remembered fondness for real winter.


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