World Of Black And White (II)

The falling snow covers the individual needles and leaves of plants and bushes.  In the process, it brings out broad, previously unnoticed outlines and patterns and leaves them etched sharply against the plant’s dark backdrop.  In the case of this evergreen shrub, the result looked oddly like chicken feet.

World Of Black And White

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5 thoughts on “World Of Black And White (II)

  1. OK WE’VE SEEN BORING TREES AND SNOW…. WHERE IS PENNY IN THE SNOW… THAT IS WHAT EVERY1 WANTS TO SEE AND WE KNOW SHE IS ON THE WALK WIT U SO JUST TAKE PICS OF HER

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  2. Bob –

    I have to imagine that it is much more
    difficult for a predator to zero in on a single target within a herd of moving zebras because of the visual noise created by the stripes.

    However, it could be that the biting flies so distract the the un-striped animals that they don’t see approaching lions.

    Thanks for beers and burgers on Friday. Great
    to see you, Kish and Doody. Somethings never change.

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