2.10.2011

You Capture...Cold

PhotobucketI had no idea what I was going to do for You Capture this week. How do you capture "Cold" without snow or ice? And then on Tuesday - hooray - we got a dusting of the white stuff and I ran outside to try to capture something cold. Since I didn't have a clue what I was going to submit for You Capture without snow, I'm fairly pleased with these photos. There was more accumulation this morning so I had one more opportunity to see what I could get before the link up (the final two photos are what I got). Make sure you check out what others are sharing this week over @I Should Be Folding Laundry. The theme may be cold, but I hope that wherever you are, you are staying warm! Happy Capturing!



Not all that long ago it was -3 here, so I should clarify: I'm not complaining about 34-degrees.



19 comments:

  1. Oooh! Good captures. I pretty much like them all :)

    Do you run your photos through any sort of editing? I'm just wondering because you could probably get the 2nd & 3rd photos to really pop with some touch ups. But be careful. It's addicting. I just got Adobe Lightroom so I can shoot in RAW format...it's changing my life lol.

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  2. I think the 2nd one is my favorite. I love that you can actually see little flakes of snow.

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  3. I had to put on sweat shirt over my long sleeve after seeing all these cold entries of You Capture!

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  4. I love the snow flakes. I hope you don't take it personally, but I pretty much hate you that your "cold" is 34 degrees. It is -7 here today. :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  5. Oh, I love the shot of the snow on your deck.

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  6. -26 here today. Yes. NEGATIVE without the windchill. On the plus side (?) it only feels like -14.LOL

    Great shots

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  7. I love your shots, especially the snow on your deck. Great job!

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  8. Great Captures...I love the 2nd one!

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  9. I really like the texture in that second shot.

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  10. Great pictures. I like the shot with the thermometer. Hopefully it will read some warmer temps soon.

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  11. Nice shots. I especially like the one of your deck.

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  12. I am sure going to miss seeing all these snow photos once the rest of the country catches up to our temps here. They are a good reminder of winter that seems to have missed me.

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  13. Great cold shots! The snowy deck looks like a fuzzy sweater. I love the warm red bricks.

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  14. Love the snow on your fence! So pretty!

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  15. WOW - you rocked the cold shots :D I love that last one - the lighting is fantastic :D

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  16. Gorgeous shots! Very nice :)

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  17. Hooray?! Well perhaps. Good that you were able to enjoy

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  18. Great pics! I really like the framing of the one with the thermometer.

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  19. Carrie, you are such a wonderful photographer. These are just beautiful!
    They made me bundle up a little more as I looked at them.

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