Winter Birch

Winter Birch.

The upper Findhorn valley, near Tomatin, on a day of cold winds and a flurry of snow on the tops.

This week has seen a constant cycle of rain and a few snow flurries, followed by frost, leaving everywhere covered in a layer of ice!

I liked how the tree and grasses caught the light, with the different shades in the sky coming out in black & white.

“I believe that wilderness is largely a state of mind. The material aspects of the world – the rocks, the trees, the air – are but symbols.”

– Ansel Adams, American photographer.

“Reality is not what it seems to be, nor is it otherwise.”

– Tibetan Buddhist teaching.

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