Surprised by a Crystal Forest

It snowed. The kind of snow that drifts and swirls. Tiny flakes soon accumulated making a blanket of white several inches deep. I took a few photos with my macro lens. Looking over the shots, I found I had taken photos of a minature forest. Some of the crystals twinkled like stars in a soft mist that almost hid the trees.

The Crystal Forest

I really enjoy viewing the miniature world.


15 responses to “Surprised by a Crystal Forest

  1. Pingback: A Closer Look through the Lens | Living Life in Glorious Colour

  2. I’m appreciating what you choose to pay attention to, from burrs to water-carved canyons to ice crystals, as well as the questions you ask and the challenges you set for yourself. Inspiring!

  3. Beautiful crystals. Thank you for the link. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  4. Beautiful! Oh, and here’s something for you on St. Valentine’s Day
    Saint Valentine’s Day and the ABC Award

  5. Happy Valentine’s Day, Maggie! I’ve just nominated you for The Versatile Blogger award!


  6. Chancy, Mumsy and Crew

    Very pretty. Hugs

  7. Lovely macro work. I, too, am learning the beauty of looking at things in detail and close up. Lovely forest!

  8. Your macro lense is really getting a workout! Great shot!

  9. Very pretty Maggie! Made a cool new header 🙂

  10. That is beautiful!

  11. Lethal beauty. Snowy branches can sometimes cause havoc, but they are indeed gorgeous. Interesting photo. Good Job.

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