And Then It Was 7

but with no wind and a little bedding of snow to make walk-taking less threatening.

Tree doorway

Tree doorway

The grace of snow limned branches

The grace of snow limned branches

Mount Monadnock in the distance

Mount Monadnock in the distance

Bittersweet is invasive and thorny but so pretty against snow (hence the name)

Bittersweet is invasive and thorny but so pretty against snow (hence the name)

Last summer's sunflowers; even the birds have given up on them

Last summer’s sunflowers; even the birds have given up on them

Another naturally occurring  doorway. The tree rotted, hollowed out and split in the middle, but I can pretend fairies did it.

Another naturally occurring doorway. The tree rotted, hollowed out and split in the middle, but I can pretend fairies did it.

A little green amongst the white and brown

A little green amongst the white and brown

A basket of sky

A basket of sky

Some deer rooted this fern out of the snow and left it for me

Some deer rooted this fern out of the snow and left it for me

A nice perspective for a ground ward dwelling animal

A nice perspective for a ground ward dwelling animal

The weak winter sun can still make the snow sparkle and cast those bars on everything

The weak winter sun can still make the snow sparkle and cast those bars on everything


Tree trunk with birch paper scroll

Tree trunk with birch paper scroll

Yet another doorway. When they're large enough I walk through and make a wish.

Yet another doorway. When they’re large enough I walk through and make a wish.

The flaying bark on this birch reminds me of some mythological creature

The flaying bark on this birch reminds me of some mythological creature

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