~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #107 ~ Winter ~

As autumn gives way to winter, colder days with wind and rain,

bare branches

strip deciduous trees bare.


A crisp icy fragrance bites on the edge of the breeze, hinting of frosty nights.

QA Lace Iced

Queen Anne’s Lace has scattered her seed – ice crusts the edge of life.


Sometimes we have snow –


the kind that swirls in soft fluffs, enveloping our world in quiet peace.



Beagle heaven, especially when there’s a nice warm fire at the end of our walk!


When snow graces Daphne blossoms, winter begins to melt into the promise of spring.


Wishing everyone safe harbor, as we navigate uncharted waters.🐾


Thanks to Leya for inspiration. On the hottest week we’ve had here in Vancouver, USA, remembering the crisp edge of winter truly was a refreshing challenge! 





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3 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #107 ~ Winter ~

  1. Beautiful shots 😃

  2. Leya says:

    Love your post, words and snowy landscapes. Heard you have a hot time – we only caught wisps of warm weather – this is a chilly summer. I don’t mind though. And I am happy to have come with some refreshments! Jello loves winter, I can see, and The Daphne in snow is amazing – nice shot.

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