Hope you aren't bored yet, because today we are continuing our
Bond Falls in the winter series!
Hey, I live up in the frozen tundra, so I have to share it with you, right?
Here is a closeup of that frozen iced-up branch in black and white
that I fell in love with:
I loved this tree with puffs of snow on it, caught in the middle of the river:
Ice formations, EVERYWHERE!:
Sometimes I think I love waterfalls even MORE
in the winter!:
Feel the rush!:
The water just dumps
And here it is again...
this time in black and white!:
I LOVED those tufts of snow smack in the middle of the falls:
I believe I will have yet another blog post
of pictures of the falls
and that will be the conclusion....
Until then, stay as fresh and clean as these falls
a little drama (like the black and white ones)
to your life to "mix it up" a bit....
It works for Mother Nature, doesn't it?
oh how gorgeous your photos are! so cold but so beautiful. we are definately ready for spring down here! jill
RIGHT! you have to show it and i am glad,this is the only ice and snow i will ever see. way down here in the tropics the only ice i see is in the freezer. ha ha. i am really enjoying your trip to the frozen tundra and today especailly the rushing one
Your photos continue to amaze me. Spectacular.
The hubster and I are in Pensacola Beach for the month of February and it is finally getting into the 60s.
That's cool :D We don't have any falls around here. I'd love to find some to photograph sometime! I love the 3rd from the bottom photo!
Wonderful. My favorites are the first shot and the second to last. Awesome!
They are all beautifully photographed !
Have a great day !
I like looking at photos of wintry things....I just don't like LIVING where wintry things happen!
I love ALL the photos...but I think that the B and W one for these photo makes a spectacular view...very splendid!
It makes me want to grap a canoe and get on board...well, maybe not a canoe but something to ride the rapids!
thanks for sharing your lovliness :)
Love the winter scenes, great photos Joan. And yes, always listen to the craggly trees.
Interesting shots. I never miss you. but I've got you beat on the frozen tundra thing. I live in Alberta between Edmonton and Calgary. Our rivers freeze and our waterfalls have tremendous ice build ups.
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