Delivery by Dec 24 has ended: Get 10% off instantly emailed gift certificates with code NOT2LATE
Currently unavailable for purchase
Canon EOS 600D
Saxony / Germany
Featured in- Trees, Beautiful Trees – January 2012- The World As We See It, or as we missed it – February 2013
winter camp, fir trees, buildings, night, light, snow covered
I hope you enjoy my work; your comments are always welcome.
How wonderful, I am in sweltering heat and would love to walk through this lovely photo
Thank you Kala. I can totally understand you. We were in a winter camp in the Ore Mountains / Saxony and enjoyed the first snow of the year. Believe it or not – we felt lke little children at Christmas.
Here you are, frolicking in the snow, while we have our fruit salad! The temperature in the room has just dropped – much more bearable now! A picture-book picture! :)george
You got it George! I enjoyed the white beauty a lot, and we had fruit salad, too. But yours was certainly much fresher – picking fruits and eating. Here it goes – picking fruits, aircraft, truck … eating.
Luda, thank you so much for your kind reply and your fave. :) Have a nice weekend.
Wonderful winter scene. Looks just like our weather!
Hany, thanks for your visit. However, I think that it’s much colder in your country.
Oops, that’s a surprise Luda. Thank you so much for featuring my capture! :)
Lovely capture, Karina! You have a lot more snow than we do here in Canada! (certain parts)
Deb, thanks for your reply that is much appreciated. At the moment most of the snow has gone again. It’s only the higher regions (1,000 m above zero and up) that do have lots of the white powder. Have a nice Sunday.
Maggie, you are very kind. Thank you so much for your congratulations on my feature. :))))))))))))
… and thanks for your fave.
Very beautiful snowy capture,Karine!! I love so much!
Paul, thank you so much for your kind comment and your fave! Have a nice Sunday afternoon.
Fantastic winter capture!
Thank you Maria. I am glad tha you like my winter scene.
Beautiful!!! Christmas trees!!! ;-D
Thanks for the complement. But I don’t think that these ones will end up as Christmas trees. I found them in our skiing camp. By the way, the goose was more than delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox.
Free for your convenience.