After the Snow

Living in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States we often find  winter snows are followed by winter rains.

Within the dark, dank, dismal gray days of the season

Pieces of gold are found.

Thank you for dropping by.  If you’re so inclined, please let me know what you think!  Enjoy your day

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10 thoughts on “After the Snow

  1. That last photo is simply dazzling in all the grey around it. We are having similar weather to you and little moments like that lift me out of the grey gloom!

  2. I love the second image, the only thing that detracts from it are the power lines, though that also puts some context into the image as well. I love the tree, it looks so gnarled and twisted.

  3. Just beautiful Bonnie. It, too, am especially mesmerized by the 2nd photo. You are so talented in your ability to capture what you see.

  4. Spectacular. Absolutely wonderful. You have completely captured not just an image, but an entire world / day / feeling / sense of calm…I feel like I’m there. Mesmerizing indeed. That last photo is incredible, and you lead-up to it is great!

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