Even though I’m not a huge fan of snow under my feet, I have to admit that visually, it does make winter a lot more “interesting”…
these are stunning, I LOVE the TREES! and your boot is ART and so is the print it left. these are really beautiful photos.
Agree with Sandra. Additionally they are a refreshing break from our overwhelming dry and heat. My fav is the bird tracks.
I love the bird footprints, and that must have been one big bird! The trees are beautiful! And the snowman, it looks like his maker gave him teeth? And lots of buttons. They spent a lot of time on him. I always hate to see them melt.
It does look really wonderful. I use a pair of these and they are wonderful.ICE GRIPPERSThey are readily available and I prefer the ones with the coiled spring type grip......They are not expensive.
I'm not a snow fan, either, but I agree that it makes for beautiful pictures, and I like looking at it from the comfort of my warm kitchen :-)
One of the things about black an white is that it emphasises composition and texture and that really suits your snow pictures. I, too, have ice grippers similar to yours and they are certainly effective on the harder slipper surfaces.
Graham, that wee strap is just decoration on Monica's boot. That's why I like ladies in rigger boots it saves me getting muddled up.
Graham is right and Adrian wrong in this case - the strap on my boot does belong to ice grippers. These only go under the heel but I find this the best kind for me as what I have to deal with in town is often a mix of bare and icy patches.
Glad that is sorted even though your boots look posh.
Wonderful snow shots! Glad to see you're wearing broddar!
Visually very stunning and striking. Love the stark contrast.MersadMersad Donko Photography
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