Walking in a Winter Wonderland

 

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The first and last pictures were taken within seconds of each other during a walk on the trails of Hunt Club Woods. I like both images but if I had to choose, the first one is my favourite. The rest of the pictures are of whatever caught my eye during our hike through this winter wonderland. As always, click to enlarge for better viewing and let me know what you think.

 

Walking-in-the-Snow-2--BW---Ottawa---2013-

 

Trees-covered-in-snow---Hunt-Club-Woods---Ottawa-2013

 

Clash-of-Seasons---White-vingette---Hunt-Club-Woods-2013

 

Snowy-Tree-Stomp---Hunt-Club-Woods--2013

 

Branches-of-Berries---Hunt-Club-Woods--2013

 

Winter-Apple---Hunt-Club-Woods---Ottawa-2013

 

Walking-in-the-Snow---BW---Ottawa--2013--copy

 

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17 thoughts on “Walking in a Winter Wonderland

  1. If it just wouldn’t snow on the roads and could be 70 degrees when it did it. I can’t help it, I’m an old hillbilly truck driver,I don’t care much for the stuff. Well though, it is pretty in pictures but I would be hard pressed to get into one of them and try to drive in it.

    1. I totally agree. It’s one of the reasons I’m learning food photography so I won’t feel guilty that I not outside taking pictures in the winter. Thanks for the visit and comments. Hope you’ll stop by again.

  2. I can’t resist snow scenes! I particularly like the leaves; the couple of virtually black trunks give that extra bit of contrast that catch the eye.
    As for the first and last pictures ….. the softness of the first version is more emotionally appealing; if I had to choose I’d go for that one – although it took a lot of deciding!

  3. I can see why you like the first one. Me too. There is something about adding a figure into a path that creates a whole different feel. Liked your others ones on the last post too. But I really love the golden leaves against the backwoods, but the frozen dried apple would be my fav. Sometime about it left behind and will still nourish the birds or bears.
    peace n abundance,
    CheyAnne
    http://www.cheyannesexton.etsy.com

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