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A bright winter day / the shadow shapes and snow lines / recede together.

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This entry was published on 2013/12/25 at 2:44 pm. It’s filed under Haiku, Holidays, Nature, Weather, Winter and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “A bright winter day / the shadow shapes and snow lines / recede together.

  1. I live where there is no snow. What is the blackness? It looks like when you burn the top of a marshmallow. OH, my, I didn’t realize with a click, I could magnify your photo, and then with another click, I got closer and closer, and then I could see it was a shadow on the grass. I could see the individual blades of grass sticking up through the shadow.

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    • Haha – where do you live that there is no snow?! Though I lived in San Diego for a year, I am so accustomed to the NE US seasons, and snow, that I think/write as if everyone gets snow… 🙂

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  2. San Francisco, no snow, December has been very warm.

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