2009-12-05

Black and White

A couple of weeks ago the same pond was dressed in autumn. Now it's winter. At last. We had 3 nights with clear sky, moonlight and stars and minus 15. And yesterday the snow came. The mountains are covered in fog, and the pictures almost look monocrome.


























Cheers,
Asta

13 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear Asta!
wow adorable picture, I'm so envious because I'm anxious here waiting for some snow!
How lucky you are!
Have a great Sunday

Léia

Vogon Poet said...

Wonderful images, as you say almost black and white... I won't care about some snow to take some pictures like these!

Jacob said...

Yikes! A beautiful shot, Asta, but it doth look cold, cold, cold. It's 53 F here and I think it feels bitter!

ruma2008 said...

It is scenery letting me take a peaceful heart.

Thank you for visiting the colored leaves of the Far East.

Asta said...

I love the snow, but the cold is a bit too much-:)

Thom said...

These are just magnificent. It looks so cold there. I love black and white photos. Have a great weekend my friend :)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

We had 21 today and is only 27 now but so far no snow here. I think your area must be a lot colder than here in Ohio. The photos you took are nice to see.

Mike said...

Asta I have to agree almost B&W. Lovely shots that help me remember my Northern Hemisphere roots.

Mind you not much snow in the UK these days.

Rajesh said...

Even with fog the snaps are really beautiful. It is long time since I have experienced snow.

Ele said...

Your pictures are so beautiful. Maybe I miss a bit snow: it covers the scenery so beautifully as we can see in your images.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! These are really beautiful!

I am not looking forward to snow this year, but they sure are pretty.

JM said...

Both shots are absolutely beautiful, but I'm glad we have +15ºC here! :-)))

One Womans Thoughts said...

Your beautiful photo mixes in images of B&W/C of the tall trees, with the winding path in the snow reminds me of the question "If no one is listening, and a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?" Lovely, peacefyl, serene!

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