Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Sepia Scenes: Winter Thaw




As the sun peeks out through the cold winter clouds
the snow begins to melt, making puddles
 and rivers in unexpected places.

Vist Mary T to join in the fun at Sepia Scenes.

18 comments:

Alice Audrey said...

How do you manage to make something I usually think of as unattractive took edible?

Nat said...

Not today! It's been snowing all morning. Sigh...

I love Winter and the snow, but I am ready for Spring!

Emmy said...

Cool shot! It finally feels like "winter" here.. supposed to rain all week.

Holly at Tropic of Mom said...

Beautiful photo and poem! Is that snow I see? :)

"J" Flamly mom said...

love the details in your photo
and your thoughts

that camera is sure fun isn't it!

Mimi said...

Well, Heidi, I have to say that you capture thaw in a beautiful way.

Corey~living and loving said...

oooo very pretty! :)

Emily said...

What a fabulous photo.

@nemonen said...

Very nice shot. Like it very much. Thanks for visiting me.

Marice said...

wow thats an amazing shot! oh regarding your question, i am just using the online editor on fotoflexer.com :)

thanks for the visit!

awarewriter said...

Nice photo. Lots of interesting things going on here.

Shannara said...

That's a nice shot and it fits perfect in sepia!

Mona Sweden said...

This is a lovely shot. It looks very artistic.

Ralph said...

I always believe that sepia is a warming theme. The snowmelt, rocks and cold water look practically frozen, yet the temperatures are seemingly less. Nice take!

Carletta said...

Love the blurry foreground!
I'm here to see your next post - nature seems to set out to fool us this time of year. :)

So glad you visited.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

We could use a thaw here! Was this an almost sepia before you added the tone?

Patti said...

You made something rather drab look beautiful!

The blurred foreground is nice.

Happy Sepia Scenes!

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

Super cool shot! The angle is very cool!