Congratulations Dawn Treader! Your multiple guesses paid off and Cynthia you were very close...the wolf was white but the albino deer was even more rare and then there was the smell of a wood stove in the air! Dawn Treader just email me at email@example.com with your photo choice and shipping address and when I save enough money for shipping...I will send it to you!
One more day and one more clue...good luck to all!
This was my very first post on the blog. As I posted it...I wondered if it was just going off into cyberspace and no one would see. My worst fears came true...the next day I think there was one comment. One year later all of your comments keeps me going...thank you.
I could hear the chit chit chit of rain falling on the already frozen ground forming a thick layer of ice. I walked out to soak in the beauty of crystal clinging to every branch. I found myself standing toe to toe with the albino. One chance for the shot, with the click of the shutter, she was gone. I have seen her since but she has never afforded another chance to capture her again. She can only be seen on her terms. Her fleeting image brings to mind the Native American folklore legend surrounding the albino deer. The albino, the crystal ice, the winter's chill and the smell of smoke from a distant wood stove froze this image in my mind and quite literally in the camera.
1190 - We Never Learn - *We Never Learn* Nothing In this world Is constant— Change Is the normal state. Things begin, Mature And decay, Create And recreate, Again And again...
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