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"Black are my steps on silver sod;
Thick blows my frosty breath abroad;
And tree and house, and hill and lake,
Are frosted like a wedding cake."
- - "Winter-Time" by Robert Louis Stevenson
From my shoot from this months Attention Magazine
On Market Place
Josie Dress and Shoes @ The Mainstore
2 fat packs this time. The Asymmetric dress has built in optional panties, and the shoes have 3 parts to mix & match
* Slink Original & Hourglass (incl. Petite & Homme)
* Belleza, Isis, Venus & Freya (for Natural)
* eBody Classic & Curvy
* Tonic Curvy, Fine & Minimizer (incl Dainty options)
* Maitreya, Lara Petite & Flat Chest
* Signature Alice
* Legacy & Perky (ouch)
* Kupra (original) & Kups (A)
Kupra Body, Lelutka Lilly Head, Hair by Tram
I am totally in love with this Hybrid Tea Rose at the St.Kilda Botanical Gardens.
Her name is Rosa 'Black Magic' and she is aptly named, as her deep velvety like petals vignette from almost black to a rich deep red.
I thought she resembled some deliciously decadent cupcake frosting here.
Sweet, sweet cake.
How long for your delicious taste.
Will I try vanilla? Chocolate? Strawberry?
It doesn't matter.
All that matters is the spoon of cake,
In my mouth.
Sweet, sweet cake.
When will I taste you once again?
Taken By: Me
There was some seriously beautiful frost covering everything this morning.
Our snow is basically gone again as temps have warmed back up...amazing to think only a couple more months till Spring!
thankful for long lunch hours and nice office manager who let me take one
I didn't get to post this one yesterday as I spent the day repair my son's furnace. What a pain but got it running again. All the trees are coated with frost and melted within a few minutes as the sun rose. Cool!
Beautiful Colorado springtime winter scene of a tree that got frosted from an overnight snowfall.
I love the contrast with the pine trees behind. Hope you do too.
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I prefer my winter scenes with a good helping of frosting.
I tried this shot a number of times in dry weather and it didn't work. What it needed was a little frosting on the logs. Photographed on Forbidden Drive in Philadelphia.
A couple of shots take with my old Nikon P7800. A handy camera to carry around when I remember to.
Here's another of my B&W sea-scape experiments... I'd be keen to know what you think about it.