Winter’s Bough

Since we have no snow here, I dug into last year’s photos and applied a texture with blue “snowflakes” to this one:

Winter's bough

I am still trying to take in the horror that is Newtown, Connecticut. Why someone would shoot little kids is beyond comprehension. My heart goes out to all the surviving children, parents and teachers.


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16 Responses to Winter’s Bough

  1. WordPress has turned on the “snow” again, so that when I look at your lovely photo, there are snowflakes falling across it. It’s a cool effect. πŸ™‚

  2. Caroline says:

    Oh another one for my “favourites” list. I like it very much, the color and the texture you used.
    I have no idea how someone can do a thing like that. I just imagined what it would be like to lose someone like this. So awful. It would be so hard to recover.
    We don’t hear things like this very often Europe apart from that case in Norway. And that guy is still alive, he was so cold blooded.

  3. It’s a beautiful image πŸ™‚ Like you, I cannot believe the recent events. To be honest, I feel it hasn’t really sunk in yet. As you wrote, it’s beyond comrehension.

  4. Lovely capture! I love how delicate the branch and the snow look, and the blue tone is very fitting for this shot.

  5. Chloe says:

    what happened was horrible 😦

    stunning snow capture ❀

  6. TBM says:

    I love this one.

    As for the shootings, I can’t comprehend why it happened. My thoughts are with the friends and families. Such an awful thing.

  7. Cheryl says:

    Beautiful image, Carole. Very appropriate, heart-felt words … sigh!

  8. This is pretty, and when you mentioned snowflakes, CT is the first thing I thought of.

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