Monday, March 10, 2008

Reflections....After the Storm

In my post yesterday the whirling snow from Saturday's storm left little to the imagination. Yesterday was an entirely different story. The sun shone brightly on the white glistening landscape that reflected back its surroundings. The old oak in my yard spread her branches on the blanket of white.

The icicles hanging
precariously from the dripping gutter left their image on the gray clapboard siding of the house.



The dormant wisteria vines watched themselves in the puddled water of ice melting on the hottub cover.

Reflections of winter.

7 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

I enjoyed your blog and read the last three posts. I hope you read this or the previous one but will just copy this here...

And I also liked your story about the one-room school house. I went to one of those here in Ohio. And my mom went to Spice Lick School in Summers County West Virginia.

We went back to Hinton this past summer for a brief visit.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate it.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Carletta, Your pictures are stunning!
Penny

Carol said...

Hello! I was just passing by to thank the comment you left on my poem (in With Images).
You have such beautiful photos! I loved this little visit.

Daniel J Santos said...

amazing photo, one excellent blog.

George Townboy said...

Great post and excellent photos!

fishing guy said...

Carletta: You did capture the snow you received beautifully.

Old Wom Tigley said...

The picture of the icicle is stunning, the only time I get to see these now are on the blogs.
We never seem to have the cold like we used to.