Window dressing

Frost formations on our windows sparkle in bountiful patterns.  Here is the context.  In the next few posts, I’ll share some close-ups.

A De Havilland Beaver model lies silhouetted on the window ledge.

4 thoughts on “Window dressing

  1. Wow, another Spectacular Image, it is very surrealistic. I really hope you will be able to start getting your images out there for sale, you are a marvelous photographer. The silhouette of the De Havilland Beaver model adds that something special to the photo.

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  2. Karen, this is lovely! Reminds me of a very cold Canadian winter when these planes had to service out-lining remote areas. Nice job!
    Jim

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