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A perfect shot!
Such a beautiful winter scene. Love the sun shining through the tree
Thank you so much – I found you in my spam tonight!
The sunburst adds sparkle to an already beautiful shot. 😊👏
♥ Thank you!
Perfect rays of the sun in a perfect composition of the snow. Love your eye and how you capture with your camera. I came here from Frank’s blog. Your fog pictures are breathtaking!!
Thank you kindly, AmyRose! So glad you liked the misty images. I had some difficulties as I do not live near water.
Love the composition! It makes me want to take a walk in the snow… well, maybe not. >grin<
Hahaha – I think not…!
Very lovely, Ann-Christine!
Thank you, Steve!
Beautiful composition. Each ‘element’ superb in its own right. Even the shadows.
Thank you kindly, Mary Jo!
Thank you – a beautiful day with strange clouds.
You have a beautiful sun there 🙂
Thank you – a lovely day. Someone told me those clouds were called mackerel clouds!
Yes I have heard that expression too
Lovely scene! Cotton wool clouds 😊
🙂 Thanks – someone said mackerel clouds!
Love the frosty sparkle 🙂 🙂
It really was a great day, Jo – and the sky looked strange and …almost like the tree branches.
I noticed! Beautiful- a little like what we call a mackerel sky 🙂 🙂
Ah – that sounds a great discription.
looks like it was plugged in! nice
Ha – I agree! Even the sky and the clouds looked strange that day.
Thank you, Maysa!
Makes me happy.
Nice sun star, Ann-Christine. Beautiful scene.
Thank you – but a strange afternoon skye. The cloud formations looked somehow similar to the tree branches.
No snow in my semi-rural summery grounds south of Sydney. But . . .we have no natural forests – it is called ‘bush’ and eucalypts or ‘gumtrees’ totally fill the landscape. Odd in this instance . . . melt the snow and this could be ‘us’ ! What trees ??
A lovely snowy sun filled photo Ann-Christine 🙂
Thank you, Brian – a strange cloud formation that day.