Visiting Robin on a snowy day.
Enjoy other interpretations of depth.
Love this robin in the snow, but wondering just how deep that snow is! Stay warm!
Would you believe we’ve moved 3 feet of that white stuff since Tuesday? And, there is more coming Monday. I guess even Mother Nature realized we need time to relax between storms.
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This is such a beautiful photo, I love it!
Thank you and I’m glad you liked it. 🙂
How beautiful Judy. I love it!
Gorgeous! Just how my backyard looks too.
Amazing composition! An art teacher’s dream for demonstrating depth, focal point, contrast, texture and aerial perspective!
I consider that high praise from you, the art teacher. 🙂
Beautiful robin and I love the way the trees look so weighted down by the snow. Still hoping they will be wrong about Monday.
A lovely image with the robin!! I long for snow but only rain here all winter!
What a great picture! The robin looks like he is longing for spring.
That robin AND the rest of us. 🙂
absolutely gorgeous 🙂
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Great shot! I feel so sorry for the robins that showed up just before the snows came in! There isn’t much out there for them, alas!!!
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