Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Igniting the Imagination

Winter will be around for a little while. As long as sunshine is illuminating the landscape, we do not mind. It is preferable to mild, but rainy, foggy weather. Today’s photos focus again on the bizarre shapes that the roots form in a snowy setting. I find it intriguing that snow can take on so many different tones, ranging from brilliant white to dark blue. I made the same observation with ice. To get that effect, the sky does not need to be blue. Enjoy!

16 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. Your photos have captured three aspects of snow (and ice) that I really like: sparkles, fluffiness, and the clarity of melting and refreezing ice. The second photo’s my favorite, because of the contrast between those delicate sparkles and the solidity of the limb.

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