The branches are so delicate and there is still a splach of color of the burnished leaves – beautiful shot.
I was very happy when I found a tree that has not yet lost its leaves. This allowed me to catch the signs of two seasons together. Thank you, Dolly.
My pleasure, Vova.
Yes I agree! Beautiful capture.
Thank you very much, Cheryl.
I’ve never seen snow in real life, but this looks beautiful!
Yes. Snow looks very nice if you are just a spectator, but if you need to clear the road or you might get stuck on the road due to snowfall, you think differently. But I still love snow for its freshness, the beauty of the snowflakes, and the happiness children experience when they see snow. Thank you, Carolyn.
I’ve been reading just recently about the dangers of shovelling snow, when the exertion, and extreme cold bring on a heart attack, even in relatively young people (40s). So I’m glad to live in my part of South Australia where it never snows!
I am not a doctor, but from the information I know, mostly exercise can prevent a heart attack, not cause it. I don’t like shoveling snow because it is very boring. I prefer to go ski.
The problem seems to be something to do with the cold causing constriction of blood vessels and with the heart already pumping hard because of trying to keep warm, and bang, heart attack, stroke, or other heart related baddies.
Unfortunately, this is not my area of expertise. But I know for sure that the main rule is not to overdo it and everything will be fine.
Yes, not overdoing things is often the best way to go.
Love the contrasting colors and patterns.
Thank you very much, Rebecca. Being able to show the signs of two different seasons with two different colors was the main reason I took this picture.
Colors are so excited me ❤️
Thanks a lot. I am very glad that you liked it.
Most welcome dude 😊
Love this image 😍
Thank you very much.
Very pretty! Another early morning smile to thank you for.
Many thanks Susan. I am very glad that this photo gave you pleasure and cheered you up.
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