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Cool Blues of Winter

 

 Jan 30 mosaic LR

This weekend was a cold one but very sunny and bright.   I take happiness in knowing that the sun is beginning to get stronger here and thus another sign that spring is coming to our part of the world if we just be patient a little longer.   I noticed that the shadows against the crisp white snow gave off a beautiful blue hue.  My husband and I took a little drive while the sun was shining and I captured these photos along the way.   I hope you had a great weekend.  Enjoy your week.   Valerie

Join us over at Mary’s for Mosaic Monday.   Mary has instructions on her site as to how you can create a mosaic and join in the fun.

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Pretty wintry scenes. I love the bottom two shots. It is nice that the days are getting longer.
Hi Val
Funny how we both had blue on our mind this week.
Chilly scenes but great shots.
Judith
Hi Val, Looks like you had a wonderful outing. Love the fence picture. Have a great week. Jen.
Carol said…
Beautiful shots! I'm liking all the snow we've gotten! So pretty while it falls!
Jill Harrison said…
I love the photo of the snow and the fence. Thanks for sharing your part of the world.
Ebie said…
Me, too I love the shadows! I hope spring comes sooner than expected!
Sheila said…
Sunshine and blue skies do warm the coolness of winter. That's a beautiful tree. Sunshine Always!
Mary Lou said…
I love the patterns from the shadows. Great mosaic.
EG Wow said…
Very pretty, Valerie! Spring is on it's way...I think. :)
Pondside said…
Every one of your winter posts reminds me of the beauty of a sunny Ontario winter day - nothing like it.
xinex said…
Beautiful photos and mosaic!...Christine
Snap said…
Lovely shots ... I especially like the one along the fence line! Well done!
Look at those drifts along the fence row. The ice along the spillway is so pretty. Lovely winter images. The tree looks lonely though. LOL!
I've also noticed the snow having beautiful blue shades when the sun is shining.
I know Spring is just around the corner but I think Winter doesn't want to leave this year! :)
Such beautiful snow shots....the contrasts are so pretty in these photos!!! Have a wonderful week!!!
shirley said…
Sun in the winter is so special and has a great quality to it. You've captured it wonderfully.
Lynn said…
What pretty photos! The sunlight on the snow is stunning. A Sunday drive sounds like the perfect ending to your weekend. And thanks for visiting Cottage and Creek! I appreciate it.
Best to you,
Lynn
***Icy BC said…
The world looks so beautiful, and peaceful in your mosaic! Very nice..
So cool and serene ,today is so warm expected to reach 40c ,I will keep your photos hand for cool break!
~Sharon~
Elizabeth said…
the drifts of snow along the fence make really interesting shapes and the shadows are a great contrast...glad you shared these!
ellen b. said…
Love looking at these beautiful snow scenes from the comfort of my home. Sunshine with snow is just beautiful. Enjoy...
LDH said…
Your photos capture the beautiful look of winter. Sunshine on snow is gorgeous!
Kit said…
Such pretty snow photos. I never get tired of them. I love Winter and we just got another 6 inches of snow yesterday. Yippee! Kit
Rajesh said…
Wonderful mosaic of winter snaps.
Karen said…
Valerie, beautiful photos, love the big silos. Winter and it's blue shadows are so pretty, thanks for sharing these with us.
Regina said…
Wondrous winter scenes!
Have a great day.

Regina
Lorrie said…
Snow is so beautiful. I love the way it alters the landscape, softening lines and highlighting structures. But by February, it can get tiresome. Your photos of blue and white are so pretty. And isn't it wonderful that the days are lengthening?
Anonymous said…
I love these snow photos. Great mosaic.

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