Friday, January 8, 2016

Winter Wonderland Walk,Part 2

Are you ready to continue our winter wonderland walk?
There is just so much beauty that I don't want for us to miss any of it.

As we walk along we see these lacy stems all covered in frost.

Let's stop and take a close look at some of the details in the frost covered pine needles.


Oh,but let's not pass this tree too quickly.Isn't that a beauty?

We walk up to the tree and notice the two trunks,turned into a work of art by the snow and frost.


Once again we stop and take a close look at some ice and frost standing upright on a structure.Those frosty spikes almost look dangerous.

Closing Thought:
The future lies before you,like a field of fallen snow;be careful how you tread it,for every step will show.

I remember using this verse years ago in autograph books.Does anyone remember those books and how we all had one and tried to get classmates and friends to write a note for us.

18 comments:

  1. Love the frosty spikes!!!! Neat pictures, Ruth.... You are blessed to get to see and enjoy this beauty... WOW...

    Love the quote.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Thanks for allowing us to go with you on this walk through a beautiful winter wonderland.

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  3. Snow and ice are wonderful artists. You have captured them wonderfully.

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  4. I look at your pictures and think God is wonderful, creating all that beauty just for our delectation, then creating something else.
    A very thoughtful autograph book entry indeed.

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  5. What wonderful shots Ruth. All one has to do is stop for a minute and see what God has created just for us to enjoy! Thanks so much. for sharing.

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  6. I can't help it...I had to click on "older post" and view the first part.
    What a glorious couple of blogs and such beautiful scenery!!

    And afterwards, sitting by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate, chatting with you would be a great ending for a perfect day.

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  7. one of my most favorite of all your snow pics, is the tree in the center photo in your header. it speaks to me. those spiky frost particles are amazing... especially like the pine needle art. and yes, i do remember the autograph books. i think i still have one from 1958..

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! Love your closing thought, too. I'd never heard it before. Oh, and I do remember those autograph books. I'm pretty sure I still have one or two. I should get out my keepsake box and take a look. I should do a blog post about my keepsakes. Thanks for the thought. :)

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  9. Winter snow, frost and ice can truly make winter wonderlands! ... if one isn't grumbling about shovelling and in deed looking around to take it in. Ha!

    Yes, I remember those autograph books too. Mine had a red cover.

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  10. Yes, I loved my autograph book. I don't know what happened to mine. Your walk through winter wonderland is totally enchanting Ruth.

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  11. Love the unique frost that a hoarfrost makes on everything!

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  12. Ruth, simply amazing! Wonderful shots!

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  13. I enjoy seeing the details in each of your pictures.....Also allows me to experience a little bit of Winter!! We had short weather this past week and then today, there is a chill in the air.... TEXAS!! you just never know.

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  14. wow, that hoarfrost is just magical!

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  15. Love your winter wonderland pictures. Still have my autograph book. Wonderful little poems in mine too.

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  16. it looks so so cold. we are having such wild winds. it is very rough, but no snow. just harsh for working outdoors & wanting to shop or whatnot. so wild, this January. ( :

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  17. Ruth, you get the BEST pictures in the snow. we are all so lucky that you enjoy it so much and photograph it so well!! It was 55 degrees today at the jersey shore, with no snow in sight. Many thanks for sharing yours!!

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