Winter’s Bones Date: April 8, 2014Author: nomadruss Category: Appalachia, Art, iPhoneography, Landscape, nature Tags: Appalachia, Blue Ridge Mountains, mountains, Pisgah National Forest, Smokey Mountains, spring, trees, winter Post navigation ← The Blue City – From the Archives Barred Owls and the Corkscrew Swamp → I call this Winter’s Bones, as the fading of winter turns to spring. Soon the Appalachians will be in bloom and the bones will take on new flesh. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
This is amazing, love it
Thanks so much!
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Love this. Very powerful photo.
Thanks, it’s one of my favorites!
Très belle ambiance, quasi dramatique… Bravo !
Merci beaucoup, vous apprécierez s’arrêter par!
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Stark beauty from Russ…
And….isn’t it awesome how those bones are resurrected with new life every Spring!!! I love it; great reminder!
Definitely some great metaphors in the seasons…
Seems to me that the more simple the image subject, the more powerful it is.
I agree, my eye tends to want to isolate, to simplify a scene. Thanks.
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