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Frozen Branches

Frozen Branches

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 28 Jan 2015, 01:34
I never saw anything like it, Beverly.
Beverly Andrighetti: Living in this climate we tend to see a lot of frozen branches like this, Ray. Brrrr...
Beautiful little icicles!
Beverly Andrighetti: Didn't have to go far to find them, Elizabeth. Right in our own backyard.
A wonderful jewel Beverly!
Beverly Andrighetti: That's a beautiful description, Richard. Thank you
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 28 Jan 2015, 06:20
You have made such a pretty picture of this, Beverly
Beverly Andrighetti: I'm so pleased you think so Lisl. Many thanks.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 28 Jan 2015, 06:43
Very pretty aren't they
Beverly Andrighetti: Agreed, Chris, but the accompanying bitter temperatures I could do without.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 28 Jan 2015, 07:29
I am sure Hallmark will make a great offer. Excellent picture of a tree crying while waiting for good old summer.
Beverly Andrighetti: I love how you describe it, Louis; very poetic. Although, we haven't, as yet, resorted to crying we are getting pretty sick of these bitterly cold tempertures, I can tell you.
back into christmas ambiance
Beverly Andrighetti: I see what you mean, Chantal.
This is a gorgeous picture Beverly
Beverly Andrighetti: Winter can produce some lovely images, Bill. I only wish it wouldn't last so long.
A true picture of a Canadian winter. Beautifully done.
Beverly Andrighetti: Many thanks, Mary, but I am getting to an age where these Canadian winters are just way too long.
you create the most beautiful images from a single branch...
well done Beverly....petersmile
Beverly Andrighetti: You're most kind to say so, Peter. Thank you.
i imagine the greens are stiff and "crunchy", interesting shot Beverly
Beverly Andrighetti: Yes, our evergreens do get stiff, crunchy and cold during the frigid winter temperatures, Ayush. Some folks wrap them in burlap for protection against the elements.

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