Saturday, 26 January 2008

Colours of Winter

Winter landscape can be dull and monotone, almost a black and white world.... until you look a little closer.

10 comments:

Hilary said...

Lovely photo, ex-S. You've captured the best of the seasons in one shot.

Ginnie said...

Oh yes. It's a winter wonderland somewhere, I'm sure. Not here in Amsterdam, sad to say. :(

I LOVE your photo!

tut-tut said...

Quite a spangled world, actually, isn't it?

dabrah said...

A nice shot. We're almost springlike here. No sign of frost or snow.

madretz said...

Gorgeous! It looks like a fine marriage of autumn and winter with those warm hues. Or perhaps a tease of spring?

CanadianSwiss said...

Beautiful! I love how the sun tickles some of the leafs and brightens the evergreen.

Changes in the wind said...

What great contrast:)

Neva said...

this is a lovely photo.

imac said...

Nice shine on the leaves there also the snow - very effective.

sheoflittlebrain said...

This is a beautiful photo, Ex:)

I've been catching up on my blog reading and found I missed some great posts of your Scottish night. It looks like a fun event and the food looks yummy... I'd be the first to give haggis a try! Thanks for sharing the the Burns poem.. 'Great Chieftain of the pudding race' just tickles me..and I was glad to find out why the Scotts are so sturdy..the benefits of haggis:)
We've just enjoyed watching the last of the TV series 'Hamish McBeth' on DVD. Fun strff..