Additional images from Day 13 and beyond

Additional images from Day 13 and beyond

 

I said in my A New Day – 13 post that I had other pics from that night/morning that were uncooperative in terms of uploading to the post. So as promised here are some more of those pics in addition to others from previous days that I’ve felt encouraged and inspired to share. I hope to be upgrading my gallery soon so all my images can be available in one place. Please feel free, inspired, encouraged, and welcome to share your thoughts/comments on my images and posts.

 

Field of Flake stars cropped copy macro snow on hedge zoom macro snow on hedge2 Snow on iron curl Snow on the rail macro Snow on the rail

Full moon-like flake

 

Following are some images from A New Day – 12. They are closer shots of the large bundle of vines, or Old Lady Chaos as I called it then.

Vine pole closer

Vine bunch close up

 

In keeping with the above vine images I’ve included an additional image from A New Day – 2. Here I have a close-up of the honeysuckles climbing habit as well as a Birch tree that stood out to me even under the overcast sky as I snapped pictures of the variety of colors that winter days really do contain. Enjoy!
Twisted root of honeysuckle

It’s really rather artistic to me, the way the vine, or trunk of this so gracefully and almost tenderly holds on to this pole, like a hand gripping it.

 

Birch  Under Overcast Sky

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Bella Remy Photography

    Look at those stars you found in the snow. That’s amazing!

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    1. eLPy13 (Post author)

      Thank you! I was inspired to get out there because I wanted to capture the “glitter” effect of the snow falling at night reflecting any available light. I still have much to learn in this craft and didn’t quite get what I was looking for so I moved on with my macro lens. That’s when I managed to catch the sparkles, stars and glitter in the settled snow. I was super excited and look forward to perfecting such captures further.

      Thank you for visiting and commenting, much appreciated! 😉

      eLPy

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  2. Laurence

    The snow flake pics are extraordinary. The vine really appears to tenderly hold the telephone pole. Good eye!

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    1. eLPy13 (Post author)

      Thank you! The green of its leaves stuck out to me that day in all this winter weather, especially since we’re so used to evergreens in their most common forms like pines, junipers, hollies, rhododendrons, etc. But then when I came closer and saw the way the vine/trunk/base of it held the pole I was even more interested. It appealed to me artistically.

      Cheers!
      eLPy

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