Monday, February 10, 2014

Till The Summer Comes Again

“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says "Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”

― Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

 

 

 

23 comments:

  1. Simply beautiful, especially those aspen.

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    1. Aspen are my most favorite tree, Diana! Mmm...pure white bark. ;)

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  2. heel mooi maar volgens mij moet je voor de zomer nog wel even wachten.

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    1. ik zal geduldig zijn, maar de zomer haast omhoog!

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  3. Beautiful...love blue and white regardless of the season xx

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    1. Me too. I'm a blue sky, blue sea, bluebird kind of gal! xo

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  4. loving your frosty scenes….
    and loving you.

    O

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    1. Lovin' you back in scenes of snow and ice and wind and smiles.

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  5. the perfect quote to accompany your gorgeous photos ♥

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    1. I know, Deb, that quote is just so innocent, sweet and real.

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    1. I agree. There's more beauty than I give credit, sometimes, Lily.

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  7. Breathtaking winter pictures...so so beautiful. And yes, I believe the snow loves the trees and fields very much :)

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    1. The snow loves this prairie. It won't let go! Ha!

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  8. Hey sweetie, glad to see you're enjoying winter's beauty, knowing spring is just around the corner! Amazing photos full of that awesome winter magic and frosty trees!
    xoxo

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    1. Hey Sagey girl, I DID enjoy the winter wonderland that morning!
      We by-passed the dog sled races and went straight up into the trees!!
      We had a major meltdown yesterday, so I'm thinking spring is peeking her little daffodil head in! Heehee!

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  9. yes! love the quote and the blue and white! there is something so breathtaking about the frost-kissed trees-- it is as if time stops for a moment to allow one to behold such beauty. also something supremely wonderful about being above the landscape and looking down upon it-- birdlike, i suppose.

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    1. I thought so too. I was up pretty high and those frosty trees were begging to be photographed!

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  10. Nice pictures, seldom get snow where I live and that is okay with me.
    Here is what it looks like here.

    I see that you visit Sandra's sites some, cool lady, I plan on going to visit them in June.

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  11. and it will come.....
    let share a hot chocolate out in the snow by a fire shall we???
    I will bring the homemade Kahlua...

    love and light

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  12. I love your winter! We, on the other hand, have had no such thing. We usually get FEET of snow here at 5200' and yet it has been in the mid 70's. Is that insane?
    Your photos are pure beauty, like you my friend.
    I met a woman from Casper who bought a pair of earrings from me at a craft fair; I told her there was similar pair walking around Casper. She'd know them by the wild and wonderful golden-locked woman they adorned.
    xoxo

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  13. These photos are all absolutely beautiful!

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  14. these photos are stunning!
    i live in bali, so practically it's summer here everyday. i kinda miss some snow sometimes :)

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