The colours of my Winter

December 28, 2009

Walking in the forest in Winter can be surprising and enchanting. Trees are mostly bare but still, colours remain and  show a new brightness in a sometimes dull environment. Like frosty branches in a blue sky

or a few berries forgotten by the birds (or maybe left there in case of hunger emergency !)

A new look for a green blackberry bush after a very cold and frosty night.

Autumn leaves add a touch of gold in the snow.

Heather, surprised by an early snow fall, does not lose its brilliant purple shade, it becomes even more striking.

Brown and dried leaves posing for a still life with a few larchtrees needles.

Some trees keep their leaves longer than others and they prolong the warm autumnal mood in a snowy landscape.  Nature is a  never ending pleasure to enjoy. A forest has so much to offer to your wondering eyes.

6 Responses to “The colours of my Winter”

  1. All things nice.. said


    Those photographs are fabulous 🙂 You are right forests are havens for all types of wildlife, everywhere you look you spot some type of nature. I love them

    All things nice…

  2. Carsten said

    It is a beautiful series Isabella. I think you like walking in the woods as much as I do.

  3. Dallas said

    You are lucky to live is a such a beautiful place.

  4. giiid said

    What a pleasure to see, and to know that you have such a great sense of beauty and colours. I am looking foreward to see much more of that in the new year.

  5. Gerry said

    These are extraordinarily beautiful – and look at that glorious sunshine! Happy New Year.

  6. kyokobeaumont said

    Lovely winter shots!! 🙂

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