Monday, January 27, 2014

Song-ography ~ Let It Go ~ Edition 25

 The snow glows white on the mountain tonight...

 Not a footprint to be seen...
A kingdom of isolation, and it looks like I'm the Queen

The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside

Let the storm rage on
My power flurries through the air into the ground
My soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around

And one thought crystallizes like an icy blast
I'm never going back, the past is in the past
Let it go, let it go

And I'll rise like the break of dawn
Let it go, let it go
That perfect girl is gone
Here I stand
In the light of day
Let the storm rage on
The cold never bothered me anyway!

Sharing today's Idina Menzel Song with
Kathy at You'll Shoot Your Eye Out
Follow the link, check it out, this is a fun one!!
  

40 comments:

Christine DiCorcia said...

The snow is so pretty untouched, right after it's just fallen! I love going to the beach this time of year, the snow looks so surreal!

Beth said...

The photos are beautiful even though I am sick of snow. I have never heard that song before but I like the words!

Adrienne said...

So beautiful! Love the shadows across the fresh snow, and the stormy one. I think my favorite is the fourth, with the snow stuck on the trunk and branches...and the path leading to the light in the distance. Poetic! Hugs - and happy Monday!

Marissa Napier said...

So beautiful! I'm pretty tired of being trapped up here on my mountain because of the snow, but I'll admit, there is nothing more pretty that untouched snow. Beautiful photos, Debbie! The words complement that photos beautifully.

rainfield61 said...

You are the queen.

Nothing can bother you.

Montanagirl said...

Every photo matched the song words perfectly. Nice job!

The Furry Gnome said...

Lovely pictures.

Kathy McB said...

The perfect marriage of photography with lyrics! Bravo my friend...no go forth and stay warm :). Thanks for joinig in at Song-ography.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful pictures.

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

These are all stunning! I love the ones of the untouched snow. It looks like waves on top. And the one of the water with it gray all around--beautiful! These all go so well with the words of the song, too.

I'm not tired of snow. I am still waiting . . . . :-)

Jeanne said...

i love the 4th and the last photos especially. beautiful work. Love the beauty of the snow and the lighting. hope your week is awesome, and very "purple'. Hugs from Texas

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful snowstorm shots, debbie.

DIMI said...

Gorgeous pictures Debbie!The view looks magical with the snow!!What a lovely song!Wish you a happy new week!
Dimi...

Karen said...

I love winter's long blue shadows!

Buttons said...

Oh I love that song and your photos are pretty and perfect. Hug B

Muffie said...

Gorgeous photos, and I love the songs from Frozen. I play them for little guy, and we sing along.

Our photos said...

Beautiful snow photos, Debbie!

Łucja-Maria said...

Your photographs of winter are very beautiful.
I do not like this time of year.
Waiting for spring.
Greetings.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I don't remember this song, but your beautiful images go well with the words! Happy Monday to you!

Farm Girl said...

That is just beautiful shots.

Floralie Wolff said...

Bravo pour ces belles photos et ce beau texte, j'aime beaucoup la neige et l'hiver !
Bonne soirée, à bientôt !!!

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i love the shot of the snow stuck to the tree. sunset light coming through the trees. so beautiful. ( :

Lisa Gordon said...

Debbie, this is WONDERFUL!!!
The winds and cold have arrived here today, and howling does not even begin to describe it! :-(

Nancy Claeys said...

Good grief -- that's alotta snow!

LeAnn said...

You did get a lot of snow, I see. You also captured some great pictures with the words of the song. I can get very tired of snow; but never tired of seeing beautiful pictures of it.
Blessings for the lovely pictures today.

Gail Dixon said...

I love the way the snow is glittering. Absolutely beautiful!! I hope we get at least a little of this. Would be worth all this time cooped up in the house. This has been one long winter.

eileeninmd said...

Debbie, beautiful snowy scenes. The snow covered tree are my favorite. I am not familiar with the song though. Have a great evening!

Brian King said...

Gorgeous! I love the second and sixth photos! Very nice!

Miss Debbie said...

Love the snow on the trees. They are saying we may get some snow...we will see!!

Nancy said...

The untouched snow is so pretty like in a dreamland....Please stay warm and take care of yourself....

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Just gorgeous Miss Debbie!

Kay said...

These are absolutely gorgeous photos!!! Very impressive! I've always enjoyed the beauty of snow. If it weren't so cold, I'd be tempted to visit Chicago right now.

Margaret Adamson said...

hi Debbie. Have never heard that song but your wonderful snow scenes illustrate is very well.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Beautiful winterscapes (I know, not a word...) I can feel that wind howling in the second photo, and I love the light in the last one. This is a beautiful series to illustrate the song!

Marie said...

A magical winter wonderland! SOOO pretty!

Laura. M said...

Beautiful scenery!
Buen martes Debbie;)
Un beso.

Saun said...

Beautiful !

Ida said...

Oh my you have had a lot of snow.
These are just wonderful and perfect for the song. I'm loving the last 2 shots, especially the one with the sun flare.

Marika said...

I really like the last picture because of the sunlight! White snow and the sun is unbelievable beautiful combination ♥

MarmePurl said...

So Serene. These photos are why I like blog reading so much.