Sunday, February 17, 2013

some white






16 comments:

Valerianna said...

Funny - shelf-fungi/lids?

Glad you got some. We still have loads. Tonight, we have a howling, scary wind! And I don't have tomorrow off. Oh well :(

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

magical mystery tour...and in daylight no less....

onesmallstitch said...

who's been visiting you now?

Nancy said...

UFSnows!!! Amazing photos :)

layers said...

What beautiful images of snow.. especially since you have it there and not here by me :-)

ronnie said...

snow just blows my little aussie mind

Judy Martin said...

I've been reading about the anthropologist T. Ingold who wrote about walking as a way to bind ourselves to place, time, our own history, relationships.

I thought of you and your photography essays and how you walk through your own place and bind it to yourself.
Even when you have to wade through snow. (not walk)
xx

neki desu said...

merengue frosting

Barry said...

Hi V - the white creates such soft shapes of even the hard edges. However - hope you are warm. B

Velma Bolyard said...

valerie, they are ice shelves from where the water level has receded in a marsh, and then new snow arrived
henrietta, those "stitch" marks
jean, yes, who?
nancy, the snow just waits to be seen
donna, we've had enough to give some away, just barely, though!
ronnie, you must come here and make a snow angel
judy, i am certainly bound, as you write. thanks for that.
neki, barely there
barry, one learns how to dress for this, but you can never forget that it is beautiful, but deadly

Long Ridge Farm said...

Love that second photo. Seeing similar images although we want more snow and it's all going somewhere else. Grrrr. I love the winter most of all. Be warm!

Velma Bolyard said...

nancy, the snow has been staying and it's great! very cold, and i love it, too.

mjc said...

Still jealous of the snow, ours has all melted but maybe more this week. And you know I love that 2nd photo!

Velma Bolyard said...

melissa, those strange treecicle/fungi were all over the marsh from the high water days.

Fiona Dempster said...

I love those hanging shelves of snow - how amazing!

Velma Bolyard said...

fiona, yep, there was thaw flooding after a big snow then freeze-up again.

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