Frosted Pine January 5, 2011Posted in Western WashingtonTagged Canon, Canon40d, Frost, Frosted Pine, frozen pine needles, Jolene Hanson, Jolene Hanson Photography, Jolene's Life in Focus, photography, pine needles, Snow, Winter “Deep roots are not reached by frost.” ~ J.R.R. Tolkien Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
7 thoughts on “Frosted Pine”
Gorgeous shot Jolene, and nice tie in to one of my favorite parts of that quote! 😉
Thank you for visiting, Jim! Glad you like it. That quote just seemed to fit this picture. 🙂
What a cool find! I love how we can capture something everyone sees day in, day out (okay, we probably don’t see this everyday) but no one really “sees”. Lord I hope that made sense, it’s been yet another long day! 😛
Haha, I’m picking up what you’re laying down, David. 🙂
I logged in for a little bit this afternoon and found I had over 100 unread emails. I’m dreading tomorrow.
Beautiful! How cold was it there?
It was probably about 22 degrees fahrenheit. So, -5 celcius?
In other words you’re still feeling the cold! 🙂
Did you know it was Tolkien’s “birthday” a couple of days ago? 3 January. Love his books, and also Peter Jackson’s films of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.