Posted on January 9, 2014January 8, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioInstruction birch and snow illustrate the nuances of white Like this:Like Loading...
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lovely–as always, I am amazed at how you meld image to a few perfectly chosen words every day. Your site is such a pleasure to visit.
I like the simplicity of the observation. A fact is often a beautiful thing.
very nice… love the birch trees!
almost ethereal – silver birches are my favourite tree…
Really like how you choose to frame the picture, you probably had many options for cropping.
Truly Beautiful, yet again 🙂
This is the season for such beauty, and you have captured it eloquently.
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Elegant simplicity in this photo.
Those “white shades of pale” truly do exist. Lovely.
What really does have many shades, well done.
like the white on white-would like to see more at bottom and see you experiment with the directions of the shadows
Beautiful and subtle.
I want to be there … wherever it is … snow shoes and joy. The snow is unbroken. The two birches don’t get a whole lot company, I dare say. A great image. I would like to reblog this if you don’t have an objection. Peace, T
T, thanks so much for your comments and sharing me with your readers on your blogs. Best, Seedbud
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Priceless image: unbroken snow, two birches undisturbed by tourists.
Love the title! Littlesprout with parents. Nice capture.
Wonderfully simple! 😀
Wonderful photo and verse. Well done.
Love this one. Winter’s beauty…
The Beltramis, Vermont master photographers and Fellows, used to do a lot of white-on-white years and years ago. Your photos and prose are inspiring!
Wonderful texture, I love it.
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They really do – and what a pleasantly, straightforwardly simple and effective way to say & show that.
Lovely image, winter can be so beautiful