Our World Tuesday: Whatever about that Shadow....

Whatever about that shadow, winter goes on....

From February 3, 2013

The subtle blending of past and present (and future, because we're still here and moving) in a New England winter make all four seasons palpable in every moment.  This is not true in summer, when there is summer and only summer in these parts.  The leaves of this fern will be verdant and growing in no time.
From February 3, 2013
It's all good.  Life feeds life strangely and beautifully.
From February 3, 2013
This view made me think of Frost's poem, "Mending Wall" and the idea that there is something that doesn't love a wall.  This tree is my hero.  The generations of barbed wire no more than the stones can stop it's growing.
From February 3, 2013
The main thing is to keep going...
From February 3, 2013
even when you fall through the ice.  Beautiful things happen.
From February 3, 2013

Comments

  1. It is interesting to walk slow enough you can enjoy all that is around if you take time to look.

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  2. fun images you found in winter...

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  3. I like the winter pictures, though I'm glad it's not that cold here.

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  4. Beautiful winter pics :-)

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  5. I love your snowy, wintery captures for the day, Sandy!! Hope you have a great week!

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  6. Anonymous1:01 PM

    The snow looks as if it's embracing the tree! Lovely shots and inspiring words.

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  7. A great post, lovely photos!

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  8. So lovely. I just want to hug that heroic tree! The older I get the more meaning trees have for me.

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  9. Lovely captures. Great read!

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  10. Great wintery pics Sandy. It's my favourite time of year.

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  11. Loved the shot of the tree with the snow on one side.

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  12. Fabulous photos!! Wonderful words!
    Thank you
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  13. there is a lot going on in the ice. :) Nice winter shots.

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  14. Wonderful winter pictures!

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  15. Much of life is keeping going, no matter what.

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  16. Sandy, beautiful wintry photos. Lovely post! You do have a wonderful way with words. Have a great week!

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  17. Sandy, are you moving?

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  18.   Yes, no doubt I love this creative composition in the first, exquisite!

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