Photography of the Day: The Breath of Winter


The Breath of Winter

Winter can be a destructive season but it is strange how we can find beauty in destructive forces. The season’s frigid breath bears down upon us with frosty wrath then leaves us with stunning images. Such is nature, a study in beauty and destruction.

Frozen Grass

Frozen Grass

There is a reason certain creatures and plants go dormant in the winter. With no luxuries of climate control, it is best to withdraw into a state of unconsciousness to weather the brunt of nature’s extremes. The ice will eventually melt and fill the ground with replenishing life-giving moisture.

Icewood Forest

Icewood Forest

 


– by J.Wade Harrell,

author of Shadows of Siernod and Flames of Palamarr

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About J. Wade Harrell

A native of rural SW Oklahoma, I currently write swords and sorcery fiction which I publish in electronic format on Amazon. My interests and hobbies include shooting, riding motorcycles, fishing, watching college football, playing games, and most of all, spending as much time as possible with my better half, Kathy. I hope you enjoy my blog and that it might lead you into my fantastic worlds of swords and magic. -J. Wade Harrell
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2 Responses to Photography of the Day: The Breath of Winter

  1. thomasgable says:

    Great post! The two pictures are absolutely wonderful and your words compliment the images so well! I really love the color and ice/frost/snow in the first image!

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