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Winter Photograph - When Winter Comes by Cathy  Beharriell

When Winter Comes is a photograph by Cathy Beharriell which was uploaded on March 23rd, 2010.

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Marvelously composed the view.. my friend ..!!

Cathy Beharriell replied:

Thanks Basant. I went back there this winter and it looked totally different! It's so funny how snow can totally change a landscape!

Thank you for the comment Carol....and you are very welcome, your work is all very beautiful!

You have such beautiful photography. This snow scene is lovely. Thank you for featuring of "Christmas in the Country"

Thank you for your wonderful comments everyone!

so very beautiful!

Wonderful winter landscape which takes the eye into the fog to the imagination beyond.

You captured such a detailed scene here, Cathy! Great work.

Thank you John and Robert! Actually John, there is no more snow here (finally) and my crocuses are starting to come up! Yeah! What a long winter!

Love It!

Beautiful, Cathy. Love your description of this work. Although somber now; Spring is here. This snow will melt and the sun will shine once more. Bright days ahead. Take care.

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