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Pictures for Pam, Day 94: Snowy Panorama

Pictures for Pam, Day 94: Snowy Panorama
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Oh what a lovely surprise when I woke up this morning! I peeked outside and OHHHHHH!!!! The world was white with snowfall everywhere!! A beautiful, soft blanket covered everything and it was sooooooo pretty!!!! I could hardly wait to get outside and take pictures! I wasn't sure if I had it in me to get my proper camera but I had my phone with me and I marched right up to the top of the hill where I take my pictures and snapped away. Such a lovely sight!

I took pictures of the pond and some other pretty views as I walked up and down the road, including the snow plow as it passed by! I decided that before I began my third lap I'd tuck into the house and grab my camera. I'm so glad I did. I marched down to the gate and got many, many interesting pictures on the way back up to the house....

Snowflakes on sporophytes... snowflakes on moss and lichen... snow precariously balanced on oak leaves that never fell from the tree... spider webs with snowflakes on them that moved gently in the morning's puff of breeze... metal posts with snowy hats... wasp galls crowned with snow... weeds capped with white... so many pretty things to capture! (I got some really nice pictures, I'll share them in the next few days!) :)

Finally my feet told me We Were Done. Awwww...shucks. My hands seconded the motion and as I made my way back to the house, they took turns yelling at me for ignoring their plight. What a bunch of babies. I feel ganged-up on by my own extremities! :D

As I sit all snuggled up in bed with blankets tucked around me, the sun is shining at 11am and the snow is melting quickly. It sounds like rain as it drips from the roof. Part of me wants to run out and take more pictures. But I haven't even looked at the pictures I took today and I also have my Macro Monday pictures to take so...NO MORE pictures of the snow, even if it's melting and...what If it doesn't snow any more this season! LOL...such a silly photographer. :)

It's later now and I decided that I would post snowy views for my pictures today and the star shows part of our "thistle army" at the top of our meadow along with a view of the Table Rocks in the distance. I have five insets that I hope you'll like which include my first track of footprints down to the gate!

Pam, I hope this day has treated you well. How fun it would be to wander around in the snow together and take pictures of the cool things we see. I thought about your dogs and how much fun they would have in this snow. And of course I thought about our dear Moosie and Zoey and I sorely missed them as I remembered them frolicking like silly fools in the snow. Sending a snowball fight and a big *HUGGGGG* your way!

Martine, Ulrich John, Susanne Hoy, trester88 and 31 other people have particularly liked this photo

32 comments - The latest ones
uwschu club
die kalten Farben passen zu deinem heutigen Foto, hoffe aber, es wird bald wärmer
20 months ago.
neira-Dan club
extraordinaire en grand sur fond noir !!
20 months ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club

20 months ago.
 L. L. Wall
L. L. Wall club
... such beautiful snowy landscapes (blue hue!) ... in the first PiP, the dark trees contrast with the snow, but I'm afraid to get too enthusiastic because it might be the burnt hillside ...

... the 4th PiP is a statement of the human condition; your camera becomes a vehicle for philosophical thought ...
20 months ago.
Stunning view, Janet.
Fabulous color tones
Perfectly captured.
Wonderful photograph.
20 months ago.
Nouchetdu38 club
Nice picture, beautiful winter light !!! Well done, Janet!!!!!
Have a great new week!***
20 months ago.
 Meral Alkim
Meral Alkim
So beautiful!
20 months ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Gorgeous shots!

Admired in:
20 months ago.
Zulma club
WOW my dear Pod Sister, a contagious set of prettinesss!!!!! It has to be viewed large to get it, and submerge yourself into it. You still have it :)) What an awesome series Janet.

Thank you for being the second brave visitor to my photo. I appreciate it. It is actually not a mirror, but two photos in one with photoshop help. The little one is suppose to look like a photo in a frame sent to his "mama, with his mama on the foreground looking at her son's picture signed for her. It took me forever to edit this, but I got it and was happy with the results.
20 months ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Wonderful winter panorama; like also your PiP's Janet.
20 months ago.
Boro club
Jolie !!
20 months ago.
Gudrun club
A winter wonderland in all of your photos! Isn't it fun to be the first to leave footsteps in untouched snow:-)
20 months ago.
Tractacus club
Quite superb. All of them!
20 months ago.
 Nicole Merdrignac
Nicole Merdrignac club
Superbe photo d'hiver avec notes. Nicole.
20 months ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
A wonderful series of winter images Janet.................I really like them all. The main pic is absolutely splendid. I love the way you've composed it with the snow-cappted teasel in the foreground.

I especially like the 3rd PiP.............the pond looks really magical surrounded by the snow!

Brilliant work as always! Stay warm :-)
20 months ago.
micritter club
I loved the story. As good as it is in color, I also wonder if you have tried converting the main picture to black and white.
20 months ago. Edited 20 months ago.
micritter club has added
The reason I ask is because I imagine it would make a stunning b&w large print (as would, I think, the third inset, but the panorama would be better I think).
20 months ago.
 Boarischa Krautmo
Boarischa Krautmo club
blue snow - cool ;-)
20 months ago.
cammino club
A wonderful winter series!
20 months ago.
 Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre club
Oh I just love these photos Janet - it's so lovely seeing the area around you, and of course the snow only enhances the views. You are very dedicated to continue doing your walk in such extreme circumstances, and I'm glad you eventually listened to your poor suffering extremities. Getting back into bed and kept warm was a good idea.
20 months ago.
sasithorn_s club
A spectacular set of winter landscape photos!
20 months ago.
 J. Gafarot
J. Gafarot club
Wonderful winter picture.
You are very lucky, Janet.
20 months ago.
 Trudy Tuinstra
Trudy Tuinstra club
you show us a beautiful story
20 months ago.
tiabunna club
The blue tinting works very well indeed with these lovely snowy landscapes, Janet. The main panorama looks great when blown up to full screen.
20 months ago.
Annemarie club
most beautiful all:)
20 months ago.
micritter club
Thank you for taking the trouble to add the b&w version: I think I like it very much (even more than the color).
20 months ago.
 Leo W
Leo W club
I like special the monochrom panorama with snow flowers
20 months ago.
Esther club
The blue tint works well with all of the photos.
20 months ago.
trester88 club
Das monochrome Blau passt sehr gut zu diesen 'kalten' Motiven. Das Panorama ist großartig!
20 months ago.
 L. L. Wall
L. L. Wall club
... a reprise !! ... snowy thistles, a fantastic vignette ...
20 months ago.
 Susanne Hoy
Susanne Hoy club
This is a great series of a beautiful snowy landscape. I especially like the seedpods with their snowcaps. The inset of the pond is also great. I like the faint blue colour of this pic. The clear reflection in the water forms a nice contrast to the white snowy trees.
20 months ago.
RHH club
Love those snow-capped Teasels. They are a bit of an invasive pest but it is hard not to like them in bloom and when dry like these. We keep them out of the yard but i don't have the heart to destroy those that grow just outside our property.
20 months ago.

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