Weekly Photo Challenge: Launch

I’d like to launch a few more of my winter photos, okay?

lift off
Lift Off! Click this photo and you will fall out of your chair.

Published by Katharine

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.

28 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Launch

  1. Yes! Gorgeous! It’s like 50 degrees around these parts. I’d rather OBSERVE the chilly pics than experience them πŸ˜‰ m

  2. You know, I think I have made you think I am EXPERIENCING all this beauty, here, now.
    Sighs.
    Actually, these shots are from last winter. It was great. Really. I loved every minute of it and took zillions of gorgeous memories in photos.
    However, this winter has been non-productive, so far. We expect 2 or more inches of rain next week. Period.
    I am fine with that. Jen has reminded me to accept all as from God’s hand.
    What? I don’t get a bit of winter this year? Okay.
    But I do enjoy what we did get, to the full. Over and over.
    Glad you are enjoying it, too. πŸ™‚

  3. Wow… I clicked on the photo to get a larger version (I am on a laptop) and I was treated to the beautiful details in his photo… the snowflakes look like crystals… the clarity is superb.

    1. Hello, Maggie!
      (Maggie is one of my favorite names!)
      I do love the way these turned out. It was a great surprise to blow them up, for me, too. Love this little camera and how smart it makes me look! πŸ˜€
      HOWEVER . . . it is not snow. It is crystals! As you view the shot, north is to your left. A soft north breeze was blowing fog into the area at exactly the moment of frostpoint and caused these frozen fog crystals to form on the sides of everything that was small enough to be thoroughly chilled. Like pine needles would be, and grass blades, and fence wires. It was a sight!

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