Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Frost


Frost is the greatest artist in our clime
He paints in nature and describes in rime

Thomas Wood 1799-1845
















13 comments:

  1. Very, very beautiful. I love nothing more than a frosty morn...

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  2. Cait, these are the most amazing frosty scenes. The trees look like ghost trees or made of sugar.

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  3. How mystical and beautiful are these photographs Cait. I have to keep reminding myself that not only does your camera lens see these images, your poetic eyes also see them ... and not just once in a blue moon.

    May both you and your computer be in perfect health as spring continues its arrival.

    xo

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  4. My, my...for me, these photos make me want to be there...want to feel the c-r-u-n-c-h of that frost under my boots...breathe in that sharp, cold air...
    THANK YOU for sharing your beautiful images.

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  5. Gosh, Cait, those are beautiful.

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  6. Beautiful photos Cait.
    And Happy Birthday for this weekend.
    x

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  7. Cait, these are so beautiful! I've had a much too quick scroll down through and I'm terribly impressed. The frosted trees are unlike anything I've ever seen. Magnificent.

    Then I found the place of stones and the wreath upon the door. I'm intrigued by whatever the wreath is made from.

    Well, I am certainly glad that you persevered. It's going to be a wonderful repository for your photographs.

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  8. The wreath is made up with the poppies of remembrance that are sold for charity every year, I am not sure what they are made of.

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  9. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for posting them x

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