Thursday, January 28, 2010

Details



15 comments:

The Good Life in Virginia said...

a good evening to you.
beautiful capture of the snow on the pines. and the pine cone on the snow is lovely...the snow looks like a soft white blanket.
have a most wonderful weekend.

Xavi said...

In the photos of the last days, could not determine if the trees were Abies or Picea.
Today with these magnificent detail, I can confirm that this is Picea.
Thanks for such lovely photos.
Have a great weekend.

BaysideLife said...

Lovely details, especially in the last photo. Enlarged you can actually see a tiny star shaped snowflake near the stem of the pine cone.

Happy Weekend!

Catherine said...

I like the picture of the pine cone almost covered in snow. Very nice!

Regina said...

A beautiful winter.

Sandra said...

Brrrr! looks cold. i like the pine cone in the snow. on one of your other post, you have a wonderful shot of two cones hanging from the tree and here it is, fallen to the ground.

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Beautiful natural lovely photos.
Wish you a wonderful weekend my dear friend Meda.

photowannabe said...

Beautiful detail of the snow on the tree needles and the cone on the ground.
Wonderful work Meda.

Pietro said...

Wonderful snow images, I like the blurred background in the first two.
Have a very nice weekend!

S. Etole said...

you and your camera are a powerful combination ... beautiful!

ELK said...

the softness here is just magical...

Stephen Baird said...

wow! great photos in close on those trees. absolutely beautiful.
nikonsniper steve

Osaid said...

Wow! the depth of the white field is just awesome.. !

SquirrelQueen said...

Wonderful details, the snow on the trees is beautiful. My favorite is the last, the little cone in the fresh powder is great.

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it