in a fragile package.
…the endless repetition of an ordinary miracle.
Orhan Pamuk, Snow
Winter is fast approaching and it does bring its challenges but for me it is one of the most beautiful and picturesque times of year.
I love an opportunity to photograph nature as it appears, these tiny intimate landscapes that are so often overlooked. When you find something this transient that you’d like to photograph, get your shot because this type of subject matter doesn’t linger, but then move around and look at it from different angles. Simply changing your position can make a huge difference with the available light and composition.
In the eyes of those who only see snow as something to be endured perhaps take a moment next time it is falling and appreciate its fragility and uniqueness.
Vapor condensing onto dust particles in the atmosphere…a gift from nature.
6 thoughts on “Sheer beauty…”
Beautiful and a wonderful point of view about winter. There is beauty in everything if we choose to simply see and look beyond the obvious.
So true, thank you for these words Lois.
It’s really amazing how perfect snowflakes can be. Thank you for drawing their uniqueness to my attention.
Six little Christmas trees joined together…
Excellent! Yes… nature as it appears! 🙂
There’s Magic in Everything…if you look closely enough