Monday, February 1, 2010

Trees After the Storm



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

This picture was taken Saturday after most of the storm had passed. It shows some of the trees from the vacant lot below our house with their branches weighed down by the snow and ice. The day was dull and gray, but the trees were something for us southerners to behold.

13 comments:

Kirigalpoththa said...

Nice shot!

i love those trees and twigs covered with snow!!

Indrani said...

It looks great enlarged.
Great capture.

rainfield61 said...

There are millions of snow flake inside there.

Regina said...

A lovely winter scene.

Pam said...

Its always beautiful after nature decorates the trees with ice and snow.
I remember riding around and enjoying those views when we lived in the north.
Beautiful shot, George. Thanks for the nice memories.

LV said...

My sister called, they live in Hernado, Ms. and said their trees looked like this. She said the sun came out for a minute and made for a breathtaking sight. Of course, she had no camera. Your picture turned out great.

Ginny said...

Yipes! A nice climate shock next to the photo of Bali! I hope the sun comes out and you are able to get out soon. But then, you have been out, just not outside the yard! We are supposed to get more this coming weekend!

Janie said...

That's a lot of ice! I hope you didn't lose too many branches. The scene is beautiful, though.

Chris said...

A lovely icy picture George. We had more snow over the weekend but thankfully, today, it turned to rain.

Cheryl said...

The weather may have been gray but I am betting Betsy's delight over getting snow brightened everything!

Tes said...

It is something to behold! It's like pretzel sticks dipped in white chocolate! Good capture, George! :)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The branches are gorgeous lined with snow!

Carletta said...

You appear to have had much colder temps with that storm than we did. We haven't had the ice this winter at all - so far.
It does make the trees glisten like diamonds though.
Pretty until they break. :(