Monday, February 3, 2014

Lake Rathbun




 
 A bit of melt gave me snow sculpture to observe.
 
Osage orange
 



 
 Pop Top
 
 
I'm trying to think of the artist
 




Gentle loveliness
All around me
Never stops
To forever astound me.



Your amazing grace!

17 comments:

  1. You take the most amazing winter shots, Steve. Love the deer. They were WATCHING you!!!!! ha

    The snow 'sculptures' are great. That first one looks like a buffalo to me!!!!!! ha

    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Yeah, I agree, it's a buffalo. The second looks like something by Schulz. Is that an eagle? Maybe just a hawk. They awe me. Beautiful pictures Steve.

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  3. Great pictures. Sculpture courtesy of Mother Nature.

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  4. I really like that first picture of the lake, plus the close-ups of the deer. You had a beautiful day for your outing. Sunshine makes everything better.

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  5. Hi,

    I would love to get close to the deer like that to take a picture!

    Blessings,
    Judy

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  6. So many wonderful shots. I like the snow sculptures.

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  7. I love seeing deer in the wild, not so much in the garden, but in the wild.

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  8. Great view of Rathburn lake.

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  9. That doe let you get pretty close. Looks like a fun walk. There is not much snow there.

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  10. These winter photos are amazing. . . I can feel the crisp stillness. And the deer -- well, just can't resist those Bambi eyes!

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  11. What neat shots. You seem to make the most of winter!

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  12. Love the deer--wish I would see them more often here. You definitely have some snow. We have 9 inches so far, and temps that will be below 0 tonight. I love the snow, but the cold weather is not something I am fond of. Take care and keep warm. Mickie :)

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  13. I keep dreaming of seeing deer as close as this.

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  14. What a wonderful outing. You get so many beautiful photo opportunities. I never tire of seeing deer.. such amazing creatures.

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  15. Your deer photographs are the best, the last one unusually good! Thanks.

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  16. These were such charming shots! I love deer, and your photos captured their beauty and gentleness. Just wonderful. Thanks for sharing them.

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  17. Been a long time since I have seen Lake Rathbun ... brings make fond memories.

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