Thursday’s Special- Pick a word in January….

I thought of permeate….here’s an all permeating frost on the wooden slats of a bench, as seen this morning – it was very cold!

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43 comments

  1. It created beautiful texture. It reminds me of coconut flower or better still of a cake made with it. I love your composition and details, Sue. Beautifully done. You have my thanks.

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  3. Very cold here as well – well captured!

  4. Permeate is a good word to choose, Sue. And a suitable image too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Oh, brrrr. Love the tones in this.

  6. Yikes! That looks cold. And it makes me feel nostalgic for my bench challenge.

  7. Emilio Pasquale

    Permeate? No one talks like that. Well, except my wife, who loves using big words. Good thing I used to teach English otherwise I wouldn’t understand either of you. But, besides that, I love this photo. The individual permeations look like they are growing out of the wood. Great job!

  8. ‘permeate’
    excellent choice

  9. I love this shot: such detail, and so beautifully minimal.

  10. I like that photo though I wouldn’t like Sitting on the bench, Sue! Happy Saturday xx

  11. Take a seat at your own risk!

  12. nice choice for the challenge – and I agree with P, it looks like coconut flour – and brrrrrr

  13. Love the frost dusted bench….perfectly captured Sue.

  14. There have been some very cold frosts this past week – love the detail in this Sue

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