Friday, 12 January 2018

Ice Is Cool















Take care.



27 comments:

  1. Fabulous natural ice formations! Very cool!

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  2. Natursl abstract art. Gorgeous.

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  3. Two observations: 1) Oh - wow! 2) Who's a clever boy, then? Well done, John. That might be three...

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  4. Beautiful patterns in the ice, great photos:)

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  5. Good eye to see the patterns in ice.

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  6. It's an amazing substance, simple, yet capable of producing so many patterns

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  7. Very cool shots!! (pun intended). Almost looks like something I would expect to see looking through a microscope. I'm guessing you used a good macro lens? Love the patterns and detail.

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  8. I love looking at the patterns frozen water makes!

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  9. Wow, and since it does not last forever I appreciate this ice beauty even more.

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  10. Such cool designs...and beautiful.

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  11. I love those ice shots! Ironically, though we are colder, I rarely see neat ice patterns, because the ice is always covered in snow!

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  12. Well, that's true John, and you have some lovely pictures of the icy patterns. I loved it in my youth when skating was my winter passion, - however, it also has a devilish sense of humour as it lays in wait for the careless and aged!!!!

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  13. Great captures of these ice designs!

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  14. Oh so many abstract photographic opportunities John, how I envy you your cold weather!

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  15. Some fantastic abstract images, John. Nature art is cool.

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  16. These are all beautiful.

    All the best Jan

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  17. Good morning to you. I came a'visitin' from 'somewhere in Iceland'...always love to find a fellow wanderer with a camera. Look forward to coming back.

    Cheers, Mac

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