Saturday, January 31, 2009

Tree & Shadow/ SOOC

Gotta love the shadows when the sun shines on snow!


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20 comments:

Jan said...

Outstanding, EG.

Willard said...

A beautiful, winter scene!

George said...

An absolutely beautiful winter scene.

Babooshka said...

Gorgeous winter image

Barbara Martin said...

I like the expanse of the field giving a sense of quiet unheard in the city.

PJ said...

Really beautiful, it looks like a happy winter day. Happy SSS!

Small City Scenes said...

Another beautiful shot, EG. Have you no mercy on the rest of us! MB

RuneE said...

I liked the composition very much! Simple and very effective.

WillThink4Wine said...

I love the blue shadow in the snow! Incredibly beautiful!

splummer said...

Hi EG,
That's a great photo!! Yes, shadows on snow with the sun shining is awesome! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Kerri said...

Superb!

dot said...

Beautiful snowy scene. The shadow and the fence add much to the picture but it would have been great with just the snow!

maryt/theteach said...

Beautiful shot, EG! I woulda taken you with me to Florida if I coulda! :)

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Lovely, lovely!

Dianne said...

oh that is so pretty!!

Noner said...

Tree shadows are always more interesting when they are bare, or nearly bare, of leaves.

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Mamapippa said...

It's makes you wonder how my husband and daughter got up on that ledge, well, they can climb. That's also the reason why I am not on the photo ... I can't ...
Greetings from Belgium !

Carletta said...

My snow melted today and I'm missing those shadows!

2sweetnsaxy said...

I like this one too. Great shadow on the snow. :-)

Judy said...

I like the small hill the shadow is climbing, and the low angle of the sun. Really makes the shadow stand out!!

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