photo taken January 2012

one year ago: Sheep With Squeak
two years ago: We’re Off To See The Blizzard
three years ago: Eggplant
four years ago: Of Happy Days

7 Responses to “Whiteout”

  1. Taryn Says:

    LOVE IT!

  2. Catsquatch Says:

    Wow, that is an awesome pic!
    It almost looks like you put it in photoshop and took out the background ;)

  3. wright1 Says:

    Ethereal. Magical. Every inch the Trickster / Teacher of myth. And I speak as an atheist and a skeptic :)

    Makes me think of the crane in Japanese myth, who was also a trickster / shapeshifter.

    Some years ago, I startled a small octopus in a tidepool. It jetted to a deeper part of the pool and changed color / texture so exactly that it literally vanished before my eyes. You seem to have caught Charlie in the moment of transition, both here / not-here.

    A testament to your subject and your skill.

  4. Susan J Says:

    Beautiful. Love it.

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  6. rockrat Says:

    I like the almost abstract-expressionism you get from partial white-out conditions. I’m partial to snowscape scenery and animals, having been brought up with that.

    The cool thing is how so many animals look alike in partial white-out. His white neck ruff dissappears and makes the upper part of his face look cat-like.

  7. Pat D. Says:

    Spirit Animal.
    Little Wolf.


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