Sunday, January 22, 2012

Grey

I was walking my dog at a local park yesterday, it was a cold, grey winter day, but no snow.  Normally I don't take my camera with me when I head out to let my dog run, but I grabbed it yesterday so had to take a photo.  Although we have had a very mild winter thus far, this is a typical winter day in KC. 

12 comments:

alex said...

beautiful shot! love the contrasts.

Tanya said...

what a pretty place to walk! we've had a mild winter too but you know we will get slammed with snow when it's time for spring lol

about the font, that's when it's doing it, when i copy/paste...it didn't use to do that, just started yesterday...it frustrates me because i can't understand how to fix it and i don't like the font in today's post, it doesn't match, but oh well!

Halcyon said...

I love the way the trees look so spindly against the sky. Nice shot!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love photos of big, old trees against the sky like that.

We have those same grey skies here in eastern Iowa.

Teresa said...

My husband and I were just talking about the fact that we don't miss the grey skies in the southwest. But when we have a day like that now...it is a treat!

Nice pic!

Sharon said...

Love this shot. I have two are three like this that I took when I visited my sister in Springfield. I love these old trees when they have leaves and when they don't.

Taken For Granted said...

Regina, a photographer I follow, Carl Weese, has a blog that is great . He has been attempting to photograph winter light. I see you have winter light in today's post. Good to carry that camera always.

Randy said...

I love winter trees with a gray background. These are beautiful. So happy you took your camera.

RedPat said...

A wonderful shot Regina and I hope the dog had fun too!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

nice image though of the yellow fields and tall interesting tree despite the grey sky

cieldequimper said...

Looks a bit like what we've had since the end of October, day in, day out. With about 6 exceptional days of sunshine...

Jack said...

It was worth having your camera with you, wasn't it? This looks like Steffe's old tree, doubled.