There is Beauty in Every Season

Last Saturday we had the first real snow of the winter.  It was a wonderful display, and I did snap several pictures of the accumulating snow.  This morning I was greeted to a site that I don’t see very often.  We had fog the prior night and in the cold temperatures that means the moisture froze to everything it touched.  This created a very soft image this morning since many trees, like this one in my neighbor’s yard, still carried the snow from the prior weekend.  Rather than being very angular and defined, the freezing fog created a very soft – almost inviting design on the landscape.

With a clear morning sky for the first time in days, the frame was set for a wonderful picture.  As I sat down to edit it, the simple backyard scene really moved me.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.


About Mike Lemons
I'm a guy in his 40's who has been bumming around the net for years. I am married to a wonderful woman, and have 3 gorgeous kids.

4 Responses to There is Beauty in Every Season

  1. Patti says:

    Looks especially nice with the wordpress fake snow falling on it!

  2. vakkermom says:

    Beautiful. Since we’ve moved across the state, we won’t be getting much snow anymore. We never got a lot, but usually one decent fall a year. Now we’ll be lucky to see half an inch that sticks. 🙂 I’m kind of torn on whether to be disappointed or glad about that. Haha!

  3. Franky says:

    Oh! This is really beautiful. Yes, every season has its own beauty. Fake snow falling on it is looking fabulous. Thanks for this nice picture.

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