Katharine is a writer, speaker, women's counselor, and professional mom. Happily married over 50 years to the same gorgeous guy. She loves cooking amazing homegrown food, celebrating grandbabies, her golden-egg-laying hennies, and watching old movies with popcorn.
Her writing appears at Medium, Arkansas Women Bloggers, Contently, The Testimony Train, Taste Arkansas, Only in Arkansas, and in several professional magazines and one anthology.
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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Between – 2”
What a lovely photo and I mean lovely in a sad way. I think I normally seem a bubbly person but I enjoy dready misty landscape photographs. This reflects very well, in my opinion, that sadness is peaceful and somewhat attractive.
Oh, welcome to my site! I am so glad you like the photo so much.
What a different way of thinking about this scene! Thanks for your insightful comments!
I love winter, myself, and find the quiet and rest satisfying and calming. I long for snow and the black lace of trees, so formal a coat for the earth, so calm, and still.
Thanks again for stopping by! Come often. 🙂
Pic is gorgeous! You are such a positive woman. I’m on a train with my iPhone. There was a train wreck. Hope it wasn’t a suicide. Metra gets that every Christmas at least once.
Oh, my Dear! What a thought! How horrible it must be to live with that! And what proof that Christmas, itself, is not enough!
Thanks for your kind words about the photo. I do like it, and your liking it makes it even more special.
You have such a high opinion of me–I hope I always live up to it. 😉
I like the symbolism that you attribute to that beautiful shot! Got it.
Wow, Heidi! Thanks so much for this comment. I do love this scene and wish I could have such beauty every winter! I do manage to find the contentment every winter, which makes new resolutions so difficult! 😉
Awesome post Katharine 🙂
Thanks, so much, Jake, and welcome to the site! Hope you enjoy looking around and come back soon!
That is a lovely shot, I love the poetic symmetry. I really love the reflection of the trees in the water, too. Reminds me of the poem The First Snowfall. It starts out “The snow had begun in the gloaming, and busily all the night; had been heaping field and highway, with a darkness deep and white”. We learned that poem (longer than just those verses) by heart in 7th grade. I don’t remember the rest of the poem, just that part. But EVERY time it snows I say that little part of the poem.
Oh, I do like that poem, and wonder about the rest of it! Thanks for sharing that with us and for your enthusiasm about this shot. I like it, too. Hard to believe that pond nearly emptied this summer, isn’t it!