Poetic Winter – Solitude

This weeks prompt is Solitude. As a mother to 4 boys, those times can be few and far between. But when I do have them, even it it’s just for a moment, they can be heavenly!

Isn’t the moss pretty? There’s so much color by the water!

And here comes the snow…

This is the view from my car. The river is behind us ( to the left of the photo ). Funny how there is such a drastic change in colors, but still such a peaceful view. You can’t really see it, but the trees off in the distance, with their branches of snow and ice,  looked like they were shimmering.

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  1. Love the color and taylor matches.:) The last shot is super!

  2. Rest shots. Love the intense sepia tones.

  3. Your photography is so amazing. My husband have been siting here scrolling thru your pictures taking turns saying,” oh I like this one, oh I like that one!” Nice job. I am glad I found your blog via the super stalker sunday!

  4. I love the tones in the first photo! And that photo of your son? So precious.

    Thanks for joining us in the Poetic Winter Photo Challenge. I’m pinning one of your photos to our Poetic Winter Pinterest board. We’ll be moving on to a new theme on Friday – Warmth. Don’t forget to stop by my place to download this week’s texture freebie if you haven’t already done so! Have a great day! 🙂

  5. Your pictures are all very lovely.

  6. Absolutely beautiful! Love your work. These are perfect for sollitude. I want to go there! 🙂 Thanks so much for joining the Poetic Winter Challenge! Can’t wait to see what you come up with for warmth. I’m stumped! lol

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