The one about the icy tree.

This morning when I peeked out the window, I was greeted with a scene so breathtaking, I simply had to wake The Husband right then and there (that and the fact that the power was out and I felt the pressing need to inform him about it). He didn’t share my enthusiasm for the beauty of our ice-covered tree, but nice guy as he is, he did insist that I make use of this opportunity and go and busy myself with the camera to better improve my photography skills. That’s the husband, always looking out for me! He went back to bed and I opened the door, stepped outside, and almost immediately slipped on the ice– but the camera was okay – yes the CAMERA WAS O.K. — HUSBAND DARLING, I REPEAT, THE CAMERA IS JUST FINE.


I know, I know, many a GTA-living person have already shared their icy morning wonders and woes with the world already, but how many of you have this kind of trapped fairy-tale-esque enchantment of a tree with poisonous berries growing so determined in their yard?

I think it’s gorgeous.

I’d sit by the window and stare at this beauty of nature but I have the flu – the Husband likes to share.


5 thoughts on “The one about the icy tree.

    1. Thanks!- I appreciate your comment, your pics are gorgeous and I always find your images so inspiring :) There were quite a few people outside taking pictures, the weather didn’t seem to be holding anyone back!

  1. Absolutely beautiful! Despite your flu, you still ventured out in the cold and took this photo for us. Thank you so much for that :)

    Feel better soon!

    1. Thank you Nadia! And also thanks for your suggestion of framing my pics, I finally had a chance to start exploring the program today and it’s really easy to use – I love that!

      1. You are most welcome! I’m glad you’re having fun with the software. It’s easy to use, yet you can do so many amazing things with it!

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