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  • Marissa Parks Greer

    Tree photograph, Snow falling on trees in winter - A winter tale - Landscape photography, Wall Art

  • alyson paige

    {a winters tale} by irene suchocki at allposters.com. #aps: funny how snow flurries instantly change barren trees from spooky to ethereal.

  • Helen Bosworth

    winter wonderland

  • Project Cottage

    Winter snow photography navy blue woodland forest snowflakes nature decor blizzard - A Winter's Tale

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settings for getting this photo, with the snowflakes in focus: exposure 1/8000 sec, Aperature f/1.8, focal length 85 mm, ISO Speed 400, then have something dark (the trees) in the background so the snowflakes will stand out, and manually focus on the snowflakes

“To appreciate the beauty of a snow flake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.” ...photographer?

“Every piece of the universe, even the tiniest little snow crystal, matters somehow. I have a place in the pattern, and so do you.” T.A. Barron (born 1952); writer

I {love} winter! But can't you just here the distant summer giggles that happened here and how they will never be exactly the same ever again

Just harvested mine to dry! 10/25/12. My hand still show the signs of harvesting, lots of scratches! Oh well, its worth it!

ethereal Photo by Matt Claghorn...found here....http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattclaghorn/1715353611

"It's a pin tone!" I can hear my little cousin say.

ice storms are horible but the next day they show their beauty ♥

Snow ..I have to admit I just love using my umbrella when walking during a snowfall!

“Everything already exists in our infinite Universe. All we need to do is to allow ourselves experience the beauty and riches of life, to let these Divine gifts in your existence, to open ourselves to the unlimited, unconditional love and all the blessings that it brings with it, to open the door and let the triumph and success into our habitat.” ~ Zlatoslava Petrak

Dreary wintry day...I love a good dreary day and a good book to go with it ! :)