It is a grey, icy morning in North Carolina. Another of those winter storms is passing through, leaving a beautiful coating of ice on all of our trees, bushes, sidewalks, and roads. We have already had several instances of power blips, possibly presaging an outage. I thought everyone might enjoy a few photos of a tree ice sculpture created by nature.
Sunday Trees is a weekly challenge offered by Becca Givens on her wonderful blog “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”. Follow the link to see other Tree posts for this week.
In our 2018 two week South American cruise, we found many beautiful sights, including those under cloudy skies. Here are a few examples that meet the criteria from this weekly challenge from the blog “Traveling at Wits End“.
In Old San Juan, PR, I sat down in the pew of the Basílica de San Juan Bautista. I have visited this cathedral on several occasions and was looking for some inspiration for different photo opportunities. I noticed the polished floor in the main aisle and just placed my camera on the floor and snapped a picture. The result is modestly interesting but not earth shattering. Sometimes you just need to think outside of your normal mode.
The reflection of the stained glass window in the floor, while out of focus, still catches the eye.
Hopefully, this new photo challenge will provide an opportunity to showcase some wonderful photos and ideas. Many thanks to Snow and Amanda for taking on this task. You can find other entries by following this link “The Snow Melts Somewhere“.