More Winter Landscapes

I have a few more images to show you of the beautiful winter light I had the privilege of seeing on January 22nd.







 this barn is not being used and even though you can't tell it here, its in pretty bad shape. there is a pile of rubbish at the back left hand corner. Also check out the cool tree on the horizon on the right hand side.






It's still winter in my part of the world.  The crazy GROUND HOG seen his shadow today which means 6 more weeks of winter.

Linking with OUR WORLD TUESDAY
&
THE BARN COLLECTIVE
&
RUBBISH BY ROAN.

Comments

Revrunner said…
The light is special, but so are the trees against that wonderful winter landscape.
TexWisGirl said…
very nice! really like the 3rd scene!
The light is stunning - love the look of winter (and glad our winter is rain and mild temperatures here in the Pacific Northwest)
Brian King said…
Gorgeous! I love the third and fourth shots! Any snow we've had hasn't lasted very long.
Rose said…
Wonderful images...you sure had a glorious day that day!
Can light be delicious? No, delightful is probably a better word. Whatever the best word for it, the light that day really was special. Every shot is beautiful.
Beautiful light Felicia! Love the barns!
LV said…
Snow provides us with some awesome sights, but glad we do not get it that way in Texas.
Susan (ABON) said…
Beautiful wintery lighting and scenes. Great shots!
Linda W. said…
Yep, you did capture some nice light. Send that groundhog out west - we could use some winter around here!
Gail Dixon said…
I know the cold weather is unpleasant, but it certainly makes for some pretty shots. I did see where the groundhog bit the mayor on the ear. I must admit to laughing out loud. Hope the groundhog's prediction is wrong this time!
Stephanie said…
Keep them coming as I love your pastoral shots especially that red barn!
Kaya said…
Ohhh, these images are so beautiful. I miss snow. We don't have snow at all this winter.

Beautiful trees and the sky is simply outstanding!
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Bethany Carson said…
Oooh, wow! The sky is fantastic! Great shots, especially of the barn and of the mountains!
Grandma C said…
Beautiful Winter Wonderland shots!
I love the colors and light.
Barb said…
Great wintry shots. Oh, goody! Six more weeks of snow. (I'm sure we'll have more than that in Breckenridge!)
Paul said…
Another gorgeous group of snowy pastoral scenes!

That third picture of the tree is beautiful and would be perfect for a magazine cover or greeting card!

Ugh, six more weeks of winter... Someone should have a talk with that darn Groundhog!
I love your wintry scenes and all the vintage barns, Felicia. The sky was truly beautiful in your photos!
Gattina said…
Beautiful landscapes ! But I still prefer spring and summer :)
Jill Harrison said…
gorgeous winter landscapes. Oh how I wish to go to the snow one of these winters.
Happy travels. I am joining you at Our World Tuesday.
Beautiful winter pictures Felicia. That tree must have been struck by a lightning, I guess.
Oh, and tonight we've had some snow here again and it is still snowing :)) Just not enough to cover it all up ...
Have a fine winter time :)
【ツ】Knipsa

Valerie said…
More lovely images from your lens - the gentle pastel colours in that last shot are glorious! Wishing you a great week.
Ame Amebadonna said…
Beautiful pics and lovely light.
Tom said…
Lovely winter scenes. Are you sure JUST 6 more weeks. What does a Pennsylvania rodent know. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Rebecca said…
Lovely pics. Thanks for pointing out that funny tree!
What a fantastic safari. You got great pix
Aimeecakes said…
What amazing scenes! So different from what I'm used to here...
Karen S. said…
You should be selling postcards or cards for Hallmark with your images. The red barn is so striking as is the entire photo, and it reminds me of so many times when I see roads so close to buildings, houses or barns, and I wonder why be so close to the road?
6 more weeks of cold. Oh my. But, you did capture some absolutely gorgeous shots of snow.
don said…
A beautiful series. I was impressed with the gorgeous colors in these images
Marie said…
Wonderful shots! Love these wintry scenes!
Primitive Stars said…
Hi Felicia, such beautiful pictures, I really love the third picture of the tree. Blessings Francine.
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful scenes. I love the ones of the trees and the last shot is gorgeous.
Anne Payne said…
Wow! These are gorgeous images. I love the composition of each one. They could be postcards!
Melissa said…
Wow! Beautiful!!!
A Quiet Corner said…
Great scenes of Christmas Cards or a calendar!!!!...:)JP
Amy Burzese said…
Oh me! What happened to that poor tree? That is some gorgeous light. Sometimes winter light is the best, even if there is no snow. thanks for linking up this week!
Lois said…
Lovely photos and the light is fantastic. The clouds are pretty too!
DeniseinVA said…
I love these, so pretty!
Thanks for stopping by and the comment this week. Great winter landscapes. I hate to say it with so many people getting hammered with snow, but I missed not getting any at the cabin this year. - Margy
What an amazing winter wonderland you're living in!
Amalia
xo
Gorgeous winter photos! They look like watercolor paintings. I love the barns in the snow, but the trees are lovely too.
Amy Franks said…
absolutely stunning!
Linda said…
Yummy! Confections of pastel skies.
Gosia k said…
I love your countrside barns... Completely different at my corner of the world
Mari said…
Those pretty lights are magical. I could watch them over and over again. Tge photo of the tree and of the barn give such a lovely cold quaint atmosphere.
Bob Bushell said…
Beautiful pictures of white stuff.
HOOTIN ANNI said…
Spectacular scenery! The light...incredible.
Rhonda Albom said…
Beautiful and so peaceful.
Maggie said…
Amazing images, the blue light makes them seem even more magical.
Thanks for stopping by Normandy Life this week.
Maggie
Giga said…
I like winter with you, but do not mess up the barn lot. Regards.
John's Island said…
Hi Felicia, I enjoyed all of these ... most especially the third one ... the old tree. Aren't old trees awesome? Thank you for sharing, as always. John
Darn that Groundhog! Although as far as I'm concerned, you can keep showing those beautiful winter country landscapes for as long as you can! Everytime I visit you I realize what I've missed by never having lived in snow country. (But it's one of those things -- like bungee jumping or ... a long list of things that look interesting but which I am too old to start now!)
Helma said…
It is wonderful to see these beautiful pictures with snow. The landscapes look so many better of it. Great to see and beautifully photographed.
Molly said…
Love how you have captured the different colours in the winter sky

Mollyxxx
Kathy McB said…
Yeah....shoot that Groundhog :) Altho, it DOES provide you with some marvelous winter photo ops!
NatureFootstep said…
the lone tree is gorgeous. Love it. That´s what cought my eyes today :)
Bill said…
Lovely light... Super shots!
The lovely lavender shades in the sky are just stunning, beautiful shots Felicia! Hope the groundhog was wrong!
Gorgeous photos; how exciting to capture the "right" light!
Al said…
That is great light - I love a winter day.
Gert said…
Gorgeous photos!
Carraol said…
Beautiful set of winter scenes, the trees and the barn looks magnificent!
Catherine said…
What a beautiful landscape! Love the cottony pink and blue sky in the last shot...
Laura said…
so lovely Felicia, the last one is my favorite!