Posted: December 29, 2013 in Canon 7D, Deserted, Details, Door County, Fields, Photography, Shadows, Snow, Wabi Sabi, White, Winter, Wisconsin




Saturday topped out at 37 degrees with no wind and I was all about climbing over snow banks and trudging across fields in knee-high snow looking for just the right lighting and angles. Today begins the slide into frigid temps and strong winds with wind chills predicted to be in the -20 to -30 degree range for the next few days. 

I believe I am about to turn my attention to the simmering of hearty soups and the baking of fine breads.

  1. Beautiful symmetry… stay warm!

  2. Karen Taylor says:

    Nice angles.

  3. sedge808 says:

    Looks cold, but beautiful.

  4. andykidd says:

    Magical! Our vines are green and bearing fruit as WE head for +38 (that’s 100.4 F according to Mr Google). BTW I have to backtrack your posts as I haven’t looked for over a week. Enjoy the warmth of the kitchen.

  5. Hey, Andy–I just checked the weather. Speaking in Centigrade, we are currently at -26, with a wind chill of -34.
    I think I prefer the conditions in your part of the world. 🙂

  6. There’s something captivating that you’ve captured here about the dance between mind and nature.

  7. andykidd says:

    Hey Ms Wabi Sabi, having been born and bred on a vineyard, and knowing the vagaries of nature, I’d like to know if these vines survived the cold and snow. I had to track back a long way to find this post and realized I have missed a few. Always good. I’ll get back to thesis work “in a minute”

    • And hello to you, Andy Kidd. When I said you wanted to be an artist and have a vineyard–I had no idea. I did drive by there last week (it’s 40-50 miles from my house) but the Ag Station wasn’t open at that time. I still plan to return and now I can tell them I am on a mission from an Australian friend.
      Soooo…are you really working on that thesis? Give me a few topic sentences or buzzwords and I’d be happy to crank out a little prose for you. 🙂

      • andykidd says:

        Fortunately, no one wanted to stay on the “block” as we called it and we sold up. It is hard work and nature conspires against you quite often. It’s a nice dream though so hang onto it. More to come …

  8. andykidd says:

    … back, just had a visit from a colleague handing over work work as he is taking a “package” I will do a word cloud of some interviews I have done for the thesis and let you know other’s buzzwords. Hopefully Genelg and Evil Olive will appear.

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