Sunday, January 3, 2010

candle in the sky

sugar glaze on the snowcake

25 comments:

Anya said...

Wow!!
Puuuuurfect shot :-)

We have also many snow !!!!
Yippieeeeee.....

Malyss said...

It makes me think of the Beatles's song: "When I walk in the dark, there's still a light that shines on me, shines until tomorrow, Let it be"...
Wonderful shot!

Kate said...

Light and shadow is always intriguing. The sun looks so inviting, esp. as right now I feel "put upon" with our current -15 degrees F -- isn't that amazing?!!

VP said...

In this period of the year the sun is always a surprise. There and here...

Birdman said...

Ya know, it's a good thing you posted this today and not tomorrow... no food or drink after midnight! Ha!

siu said...

Today also in my town on the Adriatic the sun is a surprise, after never ending rainy days...

Aileni said...

This is lovely.
Have you looked at the new Mono site?
Just follow the link below the header.

MCCasey said...

very appropriate metaphor..plus I love to think of the snow as cake..

Small City Scenes said...

The sun is so low in the sky this time of year that we see it differently . very beautiful. MB

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Looks like a candle to me. We are super cold here this morning.

Elenka said...

You nailed it,once again. Just beautiful.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful post and lovely shot !! This is a Great post !!

Sharon Creech said...

The sun blazing between the trees, the shine on snow: wow! Dazzling.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Brilliant perspective on light and shadow.

Magdala said...

OH! The photo is so marvellous and warm!

Jim K said...

Nice title, the snow looks perfect.

Andreea said...

Wow. Great photo brattcat, I love it. Shine on me crazy diamond ... :)

Lois said...

So pretty!

Marie-Noyale said...

I do love your pictures/title associations!
Wishing you all the best for this new year!

Bob Crowe said...

And it does look like frosting, or maybe tapioca.

Sunny said...

Magical!
Sunny :)

Tulsa Gentleman said...

This is an excellent counter example to the axiom that you can't shoot into the sun. I like it.

magiceye said...

lovely perspective!

Amin said...

Wonderful... I can not find any words to comment....,

JM said...

The snow surface looks incredible! Beautiful!