6 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday #104”

  1. I want to ski off into this landscape through the inviting gap in those birches — I want to peel off little strips of those trunks and write tiny poems and scatter them as I glide — I want to breathe that snowy air — but wisely you have left this scene in its total perfection, and passed it along to us! thank you Elizabeth.

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    1. I love this image of skiing into the landscape. Thanks you. I have to say that in the past I have occasionally torn strips off to write on or do things with. In fact, I think my Christmas cards last year might have been partly birch bark. I haven’t sent any cards yet this year but hope to get them out by Chinese New Year!

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  2. This stunning image is making me homesick, Elizabeth. I’ll just have to consider painting it to feel like I’m home. Without that little hint of green-gold in the background, this could so easily be a B&W.

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  3. I love the composition of this one, Elizabeth, the viewer peeking through the closer birches to the view beyond. There are such beautiful textures and shapes, and even a little splash of gold in the distant trees, in this winter landscape. You can taste the cold. Simply beautiful.

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  4. I love black and white in colour. Gorgeous composition. Brilliant eye. And something about that particular quality of ‘cold’ air you’ve captured…

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