Much Ado

It began to snow in the evening. The snow blocked the view. The world went white. At the same time came the silence. The kind of silence that is almost audible. The silence that gets us to relax and put the world to a halt.
The morning came and the world was new. The forest was stunningly beautiful. The sun’s warming drew thick white lines against the azure sky when cascades of snow had to let go of their hold in the tall pines in the forest. Everywhere I could hear unexpected sounds as if there were thousands of animals set loose among the trees. But it was the snow that was visiting and did much ado about itself.

Rude Skov, Rudersdal Kommune

20 thoughts on “Much Ado

    • Lovely to hear from you, Alen and thanks a lot. It was a snowy day of the ones I will remember. The heat was so strong from the sun, that the snow slid steadily from the very tall pines. Snow drew white lines against the blue sky. You can see the stripes on the picture with the bench. It was a unique day 🙂
      All the best,

  1. Lovely shots, Hanna. The white vignetting works really well with snow. Were these photos taken earlier in the fall, or do you have Beech and Oak that hang onto their brown leaves all winter?

    • Hi Bunty McC. Thanks a lot! The brown leaves cling to the branches until spring. The pictures are from a week ago. It always makes a lovely contrast with the snow ❤ 🙂
      All the best,

  2. Stunning pictures, Hanna! That beautiful contrast between the snow and the tones of the forest! A big hug, as we say in my country! 😉

  3. Oh, Hanna … your images are so beautiful! Especially the last one — that one I would describe as STUNNING.

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