Saturday, March 23, 2013

Focus on Life Week 12 - Observe the Curve



This week's prompt from Sally Russick is to "Observe the Curves" in your life.  
I snapped this picture this week the day before the big snow storm, Ukko,  we were expecting.  I wanted to capture the ice before it got covered up with snow.  I went out with our barn cat Willy ( he likes to follow us around) and walked along the edge of the river.  All of a sudden the cat was missing and then I saw him coming down the ladder stairs to the tree house my husband made for our grandchildren.  What a great idea.  I went up there and took this photo from high looking down at the ice bank.  As I am writing this today,  I see wonderful curves and beautiful shades of brown and gray.  Sally your prompts always inspire.  Thanks so much.


I  hope you will visit the others and see the curves in their lives.  HERE

25 comments:

  1. This is a neat picture I love the way the ice curves around the bottom of the tree!

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  3. Now that picture is one beautiful view! What an intuitive kitty to lead you the way!

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  4. What a wonderful photo - makes me want to jump right in and walk along the path.

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  5. That's a great photo and what a great idea to take it from high. :)

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  6. Mary that is an outstanding pic.

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  7. Your vantage point was wonderful. Great curve picture!

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  8. What a beautiful photo- looks like you chose the right vantage point!

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  9. What a fabulous picture!

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  10. A wonderful place - you captured the curves of winter so beautifully! Glad your kitty discovered the way :)

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  11. I love this photo, gerat job!

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  12. What a beautiful shot! Love that.

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  13. Even in winter, nature is so interesting in her patterns. This one could have fit the monochromatic week one too. Andrea

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  14. Isn't it funny how you can see things differently when you change your perspective? I know that I am looking at the curves in nature a bit more closely now. The shot that I took last Friday is no longer around as the snow morphed into something else over the weekend. The ephemeral nature of this natural curve is something to be celebrated. Enjoy the day. Erin

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  16. what a great photo! and whoa ... that is some ice! I'm starting a petition to fire the groundhog. he lied. Spring still feels like it is nowhere in sight.

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  24. I love photos that make us take a second look at ordinary things we might otherwise just pass by. That's exactly what this photo of icy curves does for me. Smart kitty for showing you just the right perspective for this shot. Love it!

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