Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Friday, July 24, 2015

Looking Back at Winter

Since it's the middle of summer where I live, with hot weather, it's time to look back to some photos taken in the middle of winter. This is one of my favorite local city parks, Garden of the Gods, on a very cold morning after a little snow. Doesn't it look like a fairytale in the early morning light?

12 comments:

  1. It does indeed look like a fairy tale castle!! And such a terrific capture -- as always!! Hope you have a great weekend, A!!! Enjoy!!

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  2. Such a very pretty place. It does look like an enchanted world.

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  3. Oh how wonderful! Sigh.....I miss the snow!

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  4. Kudos for going out in the early morning cold...and getting some nice shots as well. But, I don't want to think about snow yet..lol..

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  5. While sizzling in the desert, I can't help but admire your snow-and-shadow shots!

    On a Shadow Bed

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  6. Looks like a giant was building sand castles! Breathtaking .., but too cold!

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  7. A beautiful area, and love the light too :)

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  8. My friend Al,

    Your latest posts travel us everywhere.
    Just like your dreamy life.
    Because there is always summer in "the land of your feelings".

    Summer wishes.
    Yannis Politopoulos

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  9. A primeira foto é impressionante pela luminosidade e beleza!!!

    Boa semana!!!
    Beijinhos.ჱه° ·.
    ❤˚° ·.

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  10. What beautiful scenery. Sometimes we complain how hot it is in the summer, so it's good to look back and see the alternative, lol :-)

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  11. What a gorgeous place, Al! Stunning photos!!

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  12. nice change since it's hot here also!

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