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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

ABC Wednesday: E is for evergreen

Evergreens excel in providing color in the winter.
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Even though I like the green provided by evergreens I think they especially exude beauty when covered by or dusted with snow.
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I encountered snow on evergreens at the end of January and the beginning of February this year.
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We are expecting snow and freezing rain this week so eventually I will probably have even more photographs of evergreens having winter encounters with the white stuff.
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I considered going through my archives because I've taken better evergreen shots with larger amounts of snow in past years but I decided to restrict myself to shots I took this year.
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Warning, the last sentence will not make a lot of sense aside from providing extra E words.
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28 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

Very pretty photos Carver. A dusting of snow does have its own beauty. We will be having the same kind of weather this week.

Ercotravels said...

Your captures of the snow looking very pretty and cool..
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Icy BC said...

Evergreen in the winter is a happy sight to see for me, and such a great home for many critters!

Beautiful photos!

Nonnie said...

I agree that the snow dusting on the evergreens provides much beauty. I especially like the close-up of the pine cones of the tree and your shot of a creek. I worked for 25 minutes trying to remove ice from my windshield with no success. boo hiss

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Whether the last sentence makes sense or not the pictures are beautiful...I wouldn't mind an occasional dusting of pretty snow, but the way so many places have been absolutely buried all winter would be horrible.

Roger Owen Green said...

You are ever talented.
I, on the other hand, am ever Green.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Leslie: said...

We have lots of evergreens here in BC and thankfully they tend to keep me dry in the rain when taking the dog for a walk along the trails. We don't get much snow here, but it is very pretty when dusting the evergreens!

Leslie
abcw team

photowannabe said...

Love the snow dollops on the Evergreens.

Joy said...

The splash of colour in the first photo is lovely. They do indeed look lovely covered in snow. There has been only interminable rain here this winter, well apart from today when there was a hail shower which is the nearest we've had to snow yet.
Joy - ABC Team

Photo Cache said...

excellent post. snow makes everything pretty.

uberrhund said...

I love the close up of an Evergreen loaded with pinecones all topped in snow!

ellen b said...

Here in the Seattle area we got a dusting of snow on Sunday and the evergreens looked fabulous dusted with snow.

ChrisJ said...

Roger's comment is brilliant! And so is your first photograph.

ChrisJ said...

Roger's comment is brilliant! And so is your first photograph.

ChrisJ said...

Roger's comment is brilliant! And so is your first photograph.

AmitAag said...

Elegant Evergreens:)
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Reader Wil said...

Evergreens and snow!! Who could have thought of a better combination, than you! I love snow and I hope that we will have a little bit of it. Enough to make the world brighter.
Have a great week!
Wil, ABCW Team.

EG CameraGirl said...

Evergreens and snow make such a pretty combination!

lotusleaf said...

Evergreen with snow all around is enchanting!

Hildred said...

Lovely photos, especially the pine cones.

Indrani said...

Great series of pics!

Nydia said...

Wow, I could dive into these photos, they're amazing!

Ann said...

Oh the pine cones sure look gorgeous, I love snow on my evergreens too.
ann

lisa said...

We've been experiencing encounters with freezing temps, freezing rain and snow all winter! I'd like to extricate myself from winter asap!

Powell River Books said...

I live in a place with mountainsides covered with evergreens. The maples that follow canyons and streams lose there leaves, but the firs, pines, hemlocks and cedars just keep on giving us a beautiful views. - Margy

Nabanita said...

It's like a heavenly does of colour amidst the whites...Lovely pics

tulika singh said...

Loved your green and white pictures. That tiny bit of orange provided by the bird looks so wonderful. The winter must be hard on them.

Suzy said...

I love your first pic. The little orange bird stands out well against the green and snow.

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