Snow and Water

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Snow and Water

Snow that melts and becomes water is a big part of winter in the North. It is a constant process of warming and melting then cooling and snowing from December to February. This is one of the creeks that I crossed as I walked my dog during the last few years.

I took many pictures in the winter. The primary colors of the winter color palette in the north are blue, grey, white and various hues of brown. At times it is repetitiously monotonous. The shades of green have long last turned to hues of amber, burgundy and  crisp fall apples.

These winter hues are dark charcoal grey, crisp white and multiple hues of textured bark brown.

I thought this verse was a good fit for this picture.

Isaiah 55:8-11

8 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, 
neither are your ways my ways,” 
declares the LORD. 
9 “As the heavens are higher than the earth, 
so are my ways higher than your ways 
and my thoughts than your thoughts. 
10 As the rain and the snow 
come down from heaven, 
and do not return to it 
without watering the earth 
and making it bud and flourish, 
so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater,

11 so is my word that goes out from my mouth: 
It will not return to me empty, 
but will accomplish what I desire 
and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.

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