Frozen magic

Things have been magically cold over here!

Lustrous black locks are frosted in ice after a 15-minute-walk in -25°C.

The radiant smile is warming though.

Winter jackets are sprinkled with sugary snow as little boys plunge their way through hip-deep snow.

And there, amidst the swirling cream of a snowstorm, a girl’s purple gloves

Make the most of the moment.

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59 thoughts on “Frozen magic

  1. Those are great pictures! I love the snow. As long as I don’t have to drive in it!

    The title you came up with… frozen magic… that was perfect.

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  2. I love the frosty hair it is so pretty, and a magical smile too. x What wonderful memories they will have when they look back at the magical times they spent as children playing in that gorgeous snow!

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  3. I don’t know how in the world you make snow and ice and cold so beautiful to someone–like me! who hates the cold– but you do! 😉 It’s always a pleasure to see that you’ve posted new pictures!

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  4. Brrrr … but beautiful! Ice on hair is a lovely photo, and really conveys the weather. So much wiser to embrace and enjoy the cold and snow than to pine for summer’s warmth.

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  5. Such incredible shots and they do touch me because my children — although grown now have a black father and we do celebrate their mixed heritage. It’s been a great life for all of us! Hope your New Year is off to a great start!

    Sylvia

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  6. Helt underbara bilder och likaså texten…som alltid här hos dig! Hoppas vädergudarna blir lite nådigare snart. Vi var insnöade i två veckor i december och hoppas det inte upprepar sig nu!!! Önskar dig och din familj en riktig god fortsättning på 2011.

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  7. The lovely girl has a perfect snow-white smile and her purple gloves are interestingly marked with both real and patterned snowflakes. I feel for the person huddled from the cold in your beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing the magic of these moments.

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  8. I think that is more cold than I care to deal with. Here, if the temps dip to freezing, we feel that is too cold and rush to cover the tender plants. We can have tender plants for freezing is a rare problem.

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  9. Your pictures are beautiful and sure do tell the tale. Burrrrr, it make my timbers shiver just lookin’ at ’em.

    God bless ya sweetie and have a terrific day!!!

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  10. That hair is a crowning glory – with or without the frost! Wonderful photo essay, Fi. So cold here, too – we skied this AM and had to go inside with the children after one run (for hot chocolate, of course!).

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  11. That’s bloody freezing! I wonder how you managed to take such a fantastic photo in such a harsh condition! Your photos AND kids are simply amazing.

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  12. Oh, gosh!! I am so glad I have snooped around some more in your blog…I had missed these!!!
    These are the coldest and warmest photos I have ever seen….lovely!!!

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