Photography The Bitter Winds Are Coming In Posted on May 31, 2020June 27, 2020 by Thomas Slatin 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThomas Slatin Quote Next PostThomas Slatin Quote 29 thoughts on “The Bitter Winds Are Coming In”Bitter winds should please give us a break. but your shot looks cute and greenish. it looks quite beautifulLoading...ReplyBitter winds? From this snap shot all I can see is a beautiful day, the lovely blue sky falling back into the earth. Though it does look cloudy, but I love the picture.Loading...ReplyThis is an awesome shot. It appears cloudy but I adore this fantastic image.Loading...ReplyBitter winds and rains as shown in the picture. It must be a very strong storm surge.Loading...ReplyA beautiful sight, but wait a minute … It looks like bad weather will occur with the appearance of clouds like that.Loading...ReplyWe are experiencing it physically now in my country, the rains are here with bitter winds but I still relish the weatherLoading...ReplyThis view is beautiful but bad weather is coming. I love the picture though.Loading...ReplyThis photography is eye catching. The preciseness in it is everything. One can actually ‘see’ the bitter winds.Loading...ReplyThe clouds seems to be moving I love the effect, The cute little house is the perfect complement.Loading...ReplyThis is a reserved location I presume. Your shot for this picture was perfect.Loading...ReplyThe color blending in this shot is mesmerizing. Amazingly executed indeed!Loading...ReplyGreat depth of focus. I like how the caption foreshadows bitter winds and changes your perspective of the photo. At first glance, the sky looks harmless. Beautiful lighting and green pastures.Loading...ReplyIt sure looks like some strong winds are coming. The title is very fitting.Loading...ReplyThe land here looks very fertile. It’s green through and through.Loading...ReplyThose are some scary looking clouds. Looks like it will be raining heavily soon.Loading...ReplyI feel bad for the poor house. All alone in the middle of nowhere!Loading...ReplyThe two trees sandwiching the mudhouse are massive. God forbid should they fall.Loading...ReplyThe damaged house looks so out of place. It’s spoiling the beautiful scene.Loading...ReplyYou have perfected the art of landscape photography. Your shots never fail to impress.Loading...ReplyThe landscape is so green. Some farming would do amazing here.Loading...ReplyYou should share the secret to such beautiful photos. I’m bewildered to say the least!Loading...ReplyThe thing I like most about your photos is how professional they look. This one right here is no exception.Loading...ReplyLooks like an omen before something bad happens??? On second thought it also means light at the end of the tunnel. No matter how dark it is a new day will always come. Good job!!!Loading...ReplyIt is a beautiful green landscape. A bit of farming would be wonderful here.Loading...ReplyWow, I love the sky, always coming out best in the outputs. If any wind blow this structure, that’s gonna be a total breakdownLoading...ReplyThis old farm building looks like it been guided by two tall trees, I love the concept. Any bitter wind will crush this weak structure.Loading...ReplyI get lonely when the weather is bad. We’ve been having bad weather lately. So I kinda feeling blue but you have captured a bad weather perfectly.Loading...ReplyPeople living in the countryside do enjoy this kind of weather. I do hope the house will protect those person staying inside.Loading...ReplyGoodness, I love the sky, continually coming out best in the yields. In the event that any wind blows this structure, that is going to be an all-out breakdown.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Oliver Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.