Still Drifting March 1, 2012 | drawandshoot Sweeping drifts out of my mind the same way you might brush away cobwebs. All images © Karen McRae Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
36 thoughts on “Still Drifting”
I see eyes and faces Karen! Lovely images!
Me, too!! 😀
It’s beautiful…and so foreign to what it feels like here. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you, It looks like it might start melting soon…
Karen as always your winter photos in their simplicity speak volumes. 😀
Thank you Shez, I seem to be stuck on minimalism these days!
Excellent shots Karen!
Thank you! 🙂
I’ve been looking at the snow drifts here as well. Fascinating formations, but since it’s been mild lately, the snow looks so dirty. Not so pristine as these photos. Beautiful!
It gets tough at that time of year when everything just gets gritty looking, our early spring can be kind of bleak and grey, I know what you mean.
Beautiful pictures, one can find so many things in snowdrifts as they evolve with the wind, sun and rain. 🙂
They do evolve beautifully don’t they, thank you.
Pristine and elegant. The third is sculpturally spectacular.
Thank you Elena, the light has been rather flat so it’s very subtle shadowing and the sculptural one shows it the best.
Reminded of Georgia O’Keefe…the white on white geometric abstract is rather reminiscent of her flowers, although much softer.
Oh I see what you mean, I hadn’t thought of that. I do like her work!
Gorgeous…would this be referred to as “minimalist” ? So pretty, Karen. 🙂
Yes definitely minimalist Scott! Thank you.
I’m still getting used to the lingo! Thank you…and you’re welcome. 🙂
Lovely – and we have just gone from 20 to 36 in a week !
David, I’m having a hard time thinking about what that would feel like right now. Thanks.
There is nothing better than being the first to run through virgin snow.
Yes, it’s true Jim!
Amidst the apparent simplicity of these photographs, there is SO MUCH going on. Sumptuous rhythms and textures and movement… oh!
Gabriel I’m happy you respond to these, the lighting is subtle but I think it adds a bit of mystery.
Again, Karen, the play of subtle light and shadow, just knocks me out! Wonderful! Kathleen
Thank you Kathleen, I’m glad yo hear that!. 🙂
and on my new computer I can see things properly!
Thank you Karl. Congrats on you new Mac!! I’m sure it will be a joy to use.
The starkness of the snow and the innocent motion of the undefiled snow…just lovely. And that last one? I could take forever finding different abstract shapes and faces. 🙂
Thank you, I’m glad you find them interesting. 🙂
The absence of colors as opposed to here at my place. Still, brilliant and somehow amazing. Great photos, Karen! 🙂
I see faces too… ^^
I see an interesting triptych!