Posted on February 2, 2014February 1, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioInexplicable a thousand names for snow and still it eludes description Like this:Like Loading...
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What a lovely picture!
Is that not true of most natural phenomena.
watered dust? 🙂 So many different properties too. xx
oh love that turn of words – “water dusted” Marvelous!
Reblogged this on Whatever Works.
thank you for sharing me with your readers!
YOU’ RE WELCOME. PEACE.
It looks like beach sand…
Do you take all these photo yourself?
So very well put.
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thanks for sharing me with your readers.
Great shot. It’s so hard to get snow to show up properly.
Thanks Kimkiminy – and thanks for all your thoughtful, encouraging comments! Best, Seedbud
I often wonder if anyone has ever cataloged the Inuit names for snow with descriptions. It would be so interesting, don’t you think?
Great capture of texture and color/light/shadow.
Beautiful soft light and textures.
I just love this pic. Beautiful
RE … BLOGGED on Wilder Man on Rolling Creek. Like your work. I live at 8800 feet in the Rocky Mountains, the Front Range, Clear Creek County. This most recent run … we’ve had between 2 1/2 and 3 feet. I love snow, and maybe one of the pieces about that is about is in the name you gave it. Inexplicable. T
It’s because it is too beautiful for words. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
brill (as usual)
There could NEVER be enough words – nice or nasty – to describe snow!
Perfect so simple but very effective.
always wanted to capture this 😄 but you did it amazingly well! love it 🙂
I thought this was sand, and I thought you’d gone on vacation! 🙂
It looks exactly as the sand on our beach after a windy day!
Words and image are both exquisite.
so poetic 🙂 I love it