Thursday, February 28, 2013

Frost

Whose woods these are? 
 I think I know. 
His house is in the village though. 
He will not see me stopping here.
 To watch his woods fill up with snow...
Little by Little

18 thoughts on the matter:

Sian said... {Reply}

oh these shots are beautiful! x

stephanievarno said... {Reply}

Oh wow! These photos are so beautiful! I wish it would snow where I live!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I wish they were my woods just for a day. These are gorgeous. I'm living vicariously through your winter.

Emily S said... {Reply}

Wow!!! Pretty-osity!

Yolanda Ronaldo said... {Reply}

Oh wow! These are gorgeous!
Thanks so much for sharing!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Oh, my, Tamar...these are soooo beautiful!

Deanna said... {Reply}

Oh I love it when the frost and snow cling to the trees like this. It's like a wonderland!! Beautiful!!

tinajo said... {Reply}

Looks quite beautiful!

Dara said... {Reply}

I love that poem! and great pictures too.

Renae at simple sequins said... {Reply}

Very nicely done! All of these are beautiful but I know they are beautiful because it is so horridly cold, which isn't good. I guess God gives us this beauty while we suffer thru the cold. See you tomorrow!!!! Yay!!!!!!

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

Oh my Tamar, these are gorgeous and so beautifully captured!

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Gorgeous! And that is probably my all time favorite poem. Love!

Kathy said... {Reply}

Oh these look magical. A winter wonderland!

Anita Johnson said... {Reply}

These are stunning! Winter IS beautiful...even with my heart wishing for spring!

Kerry Bergeman said... {Reply}

OMG that is just the most beautiful set of frost kissed trees I have ever seen!
Love the lines of poetry and composition!
Kerry B (new2two)

Sharon said... {Reply}

Magnificent! These are so lovely. You captured this beauty at exactly the right time!

Amy said... {Reply}

Beautiful photos!

Tish said... {Reply}

i have to say, as tired as i am of winter, these photos are absolutely gorgeous! those snow-covered branches against the blue sky are so beautiful.