Bitter.

Day10Mystery

Day 10 of photography 101…’Mystery’.

Bitter.

Little bobbled droplets clung to the tips of my eyelashes, weighing heavily with every blink, but in the distance I saw life.

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  1. Well done! And I just have to comment to tell you how much I love the expression ‘little bobbled droplets’. I may have to use that…. :o)

    1. Haha, thank you! I could just picture them and it seemed like an apt description!

  2. Another stark and beautiful image with words sliced to perfection…

    1. What a lovely compliment, thank you!

      1. My pleasure 🙂

  3. Another stark and beautiful image with words sliced to perfection…

    1. What a lovely compliment, thank you!

      1. My pleasure 🙂

  4. And here is the second capital scene of the fairy tale movie. Is it Snow White or a beautiful unknown warrior princess I can see over there at the edge of the wood?
    Gorgeous pic!

    1. Ah yes, it does work with what you said doesn’t it?! I never did actually find out, they were so far away and the snow was very deep, it was difficult to get very far!

      1. Where and when was it for having that much snow? I love snow but that is not very often we have the chance of seeing it here. 🙁 Snow makes everything look pure and magical!

        1. It was actually just here in England, in Oxford a few years ago, there was just a lot of it and it was over a few fields that people barely walked through, so it built up over a few days… plus I am very short, so for it to be up to my knees is probably not as high as you might think!

          1. 😀
            As I am very tall, I might didn’t even have noticed that there were snow at all.
            I have to admit Oxford is a big fantasy of mine… I dreamt about studying there for years. Are you at the University there?

            1. You should definitely visit, it is such a beautiful city. I didn’t actually study there, although I do often regret not doing so, it’s my home but I’ve been in London for some time ever since moving here for university… another beautiful city!

              1. I fell in love with London the two times I visited and would be thrilled to move and live there for a while!
                I never stayed long but I hope that I can come and visit for more than a few days.
                Londong parks are wonderful too! In Jame’s Park I met a nice squirrel that I named Jammie, she just had to be a girl…

  5. And here is the second capital scene of the fairy tale movie. Is it Snow White or a beautiful unknown warrior princess I can see over there at the edge of the wood?
    Gorgeous pic!

    1. Ah yes, it does work with what you said doesn’t it?! I never did actually find out, they were so far away and the snow was very deep, it was difficult to get very far!

      1. Where and when was it for having that much snow? I love snow but that is not very often we have the chance of seeing it here. 🙁 Snow makes everything look pure and magical!

        1. It was actually just here in England, in Oxford a few years ago, there was just a lot of it and it was over a few fields that people barely walked through, so it built up over a few days… plus I am very short, so for it to be up to my knees is probably not as high as you might think!

          1. 😀
            As I am very tall, I might didn’t even have noticed that there were snow at all.
            I have to admit Oxford is a big fantasy of mine… I dreamt about studying there for years. Are you at the University there?

            1. You should definitely visit, it is such a beautiful city. I didn’t actually study there, although I do often regret not doing so, it’s my home but I’ve been in London for some time ever since moving here for university… another beautiful city!

              1. I fell in love with London the two times I visited and would be thrilled to move and live there for a while!
                I never stayed long but I hope that I can come and visit for more than a few days.
                Londong parks are wonderful too! In Jame’s Park I met a nice squirrel that I named Jammie, she just had to be a girl…

  6. A beautiful shot and definitely mysterious. It makes me want to run up to the trees to see who the people are and what they’re doing.

    1. Thank you! I could’ve run there myself if I wasn’t knee deep in snow!

  7. Ankur says: Reply

    Lovely pic. Nice and Mysterious.

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