Rose and Snow

It was the first snow of 2016 here and fortunately it wasn’t more than an inch or so.  Fortunate because we don’t have a snow shovel yet.  Mostly it was very windy and cold!  Winter is making it’s presence known after the comfortable temperatures we had the end of last year.  This photo was taken in January of 2014.  Interesting thing, it’s January again, I have red roses again and it’s snowing outside again.  But this time I didn’t feel like opening the back door to recreate the shot; I just went back and edited this one differently.

Here is the original post showing the rose in all of it’s red and snow white glory.


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17 Responses to Rose and Snow

  1. I prefer this edit…still no snow here – and yesterday we had temperatures in the mid-50s…but it is coming – for all of us…

  2. mickey2travel says:

    Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

  3. I need snow. But none here in NY.

  4. Timothy Price says:

    When I first saw this photo, I thought it was going to be another tribute to David Bowie. I wasn’t, but I think it’s a good image for Bowie’s passing.

  5. Nancy says:

    I like both versions!

  6. Both – the colorful and the monochrome – are beautiful!
    Here is minus 7 F (-22 Celcius) and I won’t spend too long for outdoor photography on such cold 🙂

  7. A lovely contrast….Let’s hope it is an easier winter all around. And, what??? No snow shovel???

  8. A. Blake says:

    No snow here yet…hopefully none until February!

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