86 thoughts on “White Out

  1. Well said. It’s the Zen —– Why ? = nature has no intention, and your camera
    seemed to have no intention too. It’s just there, as we happen to be here.
    ( Hence, you clicked there and I’m looking its photos here. 🙂 )

  2. Muffled sound and clean air.. beautiful.. I love minimalism.. Snow can be so photogenic with the right eye which you have Karen..
    We seem to have endless grey skies, rain and gloominess here right now!

  3. I love these compositions – they emphasise the trees’ vulnerability and in a few of the shots the trees seem to be trying desperate for our attention – creating a sort of bittersweet comedy. Great shots, Karen.

  4. Stark and beautiful. I’m desperate to take some snow pictures – all we have is greyness. It seems so dark all the time. I would love for some crisp, white snow to reflect the light! Still I’ll try to make the grey work for me for now 🙂

  5. Bonsoir Karen ,

    Pas un Seul cheveux Blanc , n’apparaît en Lisière ,
    Des Yeux du Roi Hiver , se Jouant des Fils du Temps ,
    Ses Bras ceignent le Vent , enveloppant la Lumière ,
    De son Humeur Légère , sur le Seuil du Vivant .
    Amitié Hors Frontières

  6. AH, Just lovely. I think this is my favourite time of year to be out with a camera, or to draw. There’s a stark simplicity to space and line and form that allows real breathing space – moments to stop and really see properly. Undistracting and undistracted.

  7. The first one is my favorite, cause it made me surprised. I mean it’s surprising to see those things dramaticly coming up from the left side.

    1. Hi Hugo,
      Surprise is a nice reaction; with all the images out there in the world, to be able to surprise someone is lovely.
      It is a sumac tree pictured here – I love the reaching form.
      Thanks for your comment,

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