Wordless Wednesday – Snow Glitter

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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97 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Snow Glitter

  1. sandyjwhite says:

    So shimmery and pretty!

  2. Glad you have beautiful snow! Unfortunately, we’re in our rainy time and stinkhorns are popping up as usual.

    https://earthsunfilm.com/bright-and-putrid/

  3. shoreacres says:

    There it is! The kind of glitter I was thinking of when I wrote about snow. It’s beautiful.

  4. Karen Lang says:

    Beautiful capture 👏💕

  5. Anne says:

    What a beautiful sight for me!

  6. looks romantic, not cold 😉

  7. Sue Vincent says:

    What a super shot, Eliza!

  8. I can see the sparkles, even in monochrome!

  9. Tho photo speaks to me in two ways.

    First, it is all about whiteness, purity and rejuvenation.

    Second, it is all about starkness and survival.

  10. maryjane678 says:

    Hi Eliza. Wow that is beautiful. I know it must be cold, but it is more scenic than mud, which is what we have right now!
    MJ

  11. I love seeing the snow photos.

  12. Gorgeous and refreshing. Thank you

  13. Alice says:

    A diamond powder wonderland.

  14. Magical! Winter wonderland for sure.

  15. tippysmom2 says:

    God’s glitter. Love it.

  16. Debbie says:

    Glitter outside is soo much better than glitter inside (which always sticks to everything and you end up finding it long afterwards!!)

  17. livblumer says:

    Looks like frosting sugar!

  18. dylan hereford says:

    Nice. Waves man

  19. It is a lovely effect. I also like the snow drifts sculpted by the wind.

  20. I love the sparkle of snow! Very nice snow waves, Eliza.

  21. Kris P says:

    Charming and magical!

  22. Widdershins says:

    Heh, heh, heh … here be snow-dragons. 😀

  23. Irene says:

    Sunshine and fresh snow! Very pretty. 😊

  24. arlingwoman says:

    Oh, that moonlight on snow with the sparkles! So wonderful and arresting when I see it.

  25. Cathy says:

    Fairy dust! 😉

  26. Clever! I never seem to manage to capture sparkle. Well done

  27. Very nice capture of the sparkles, Eliza.

  28. spanishwoods says:

    I took about 50 photos trying to capture these snow diamonds and finally gave up and turned my attention to the leaves and the shadows on the snow. This is the image I really wanted! A beautiful capture Eliza.

  29. Jane Lurie says:

    So sparkly and pretty. Love your composition in this scene, Eliza.

  30. LOVE this photo and your beautiful capture is almost enough for me to wish for a snowstorm!!

  31. Not all that glitters is gold—snow, for example.

  32. rajkkhoja says:

    Wonder Snow.

  33. Vicki says:

    Beautiful. Love the capture of the light in the snow.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Vicki. Hope you are doing well… how was your surgery?

      • Vicki says:

        Good, thankyou for asking, Eliza. But it’s taking me a long time to recover (partly because its reignited old ortho. injuries and spinal pain). Have been very busy with medical appointments at a new Brain, Spine and Pain clinic to see if they can offer any suggestions I haven’t already tried over the last 40 years).
        I was an easy patient in hospital as I’m so used to be in pain and debilitated – others with hip and knee replacements seemed to have more difficulty & complained more.

  34. Jet Eliot says:

    My very favorite thing about snow is the sparkle, and your photo is exquisite for capturing the sparkles, Eliza. Not an easy thing to capture. I like the bare branches, too, give it context. I hope you’re staying warm after such a whopper of a storm.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Jet. It was a big storm, but luckily, it remained below freezing, which made moving snow much easier. (Heavy snow is awful!) Snowshoeing has been great. The temps have returned to more ‘normal’ 20/30s, single digits weren’t much fun. 😉

  35. naturebackin says:

    Beautifully captured Eliza.

  36. a very simple image but nevertheless magnificent

  37. A lovely photo Eliza, it looks like a lovely cozy glittery blanket, although I would feel pretty cold snuggled up in it I think.

  38. Isha Garg says:

    Died and gone to photography heaven!

  39. myplaidheart says:

    Lovely photo, Eliza.

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