Scorched Earth Policy

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Winter does look like a scorching in these parts, thank God for the evergreens!

12 comments on “Scorched Earth Policy”

  1. Thank God, indeed, for the evergreens midst the desolate scorching! We’re starting to see the early signs of spring, with snowdrops and crocuses. Soon we’ll see the yellows of daffodils everywhere!

    1. aaaah yes, spring of 2019… all i can think of it’s when my visa expires and i’m going to have to get a new one, and then enter it into everywhere i pay by credit card lol i’m getting stressed about it already 🙂

  2. but i feel it getting better already, the daylight hours are lengthening, Elaine.

    1. i think so too, Ayush… january just ended and we already have a dream of spring 🙂

  3. yes, but your image is superb

    1. thank you, sister!! xox

  4. Your shot reminds me of photos of war devastation and desolation. I know…such a happy outlook.

    1. probably my fault for the title lol don’t blame yourself 🙂

  5. Why, don’t you like winter desaturation? Like snow itself. You landscape photo is beautiful, though, as from a different world.

    1. no, i like it, i makes for good photo ops lol thanks, Otto!! xox

      1. I agree. As you photo so well shows.

      2. awww, thank you! xoxox

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