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Friday, December 9, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: Another bird bath ice shot


This is the second week in a row that I've featured ice I've dumped out of my deck bird bath but it's fun for me to photograph it, especially at this stage. During colder winter weather it comes out in big blocks and requires a lot of thawing to get it out, but these early winter thin sheets have a lot more variation.
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15 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Once again -- obviously I'm not a cold weather fan but just love your ice pictures. You make it look magical!

Laura said...

I love this image...wonderful as a b&w.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Amazing patterns in the ice! Fascinating!

Sivinden said...

Ice is fascinating with all the changing patterns.

Jane said...

Wow, great ice shot:)

NatureFootstep said...

I love the patterns in this ice. Somehow it resembles the big markings on the dessert in Peru. :)

Anonymous said...

That's cool, I love the patterns!

John said...

Time to start digging out my ice photos, but hoping we don't get too much here.

David said...

I love abstracts and this is superb! Now here's what's funny...I'm just ahead of your picture and mine is also an abstract, but quite different from yours.
Happy B&W, Carver
david/:-)

genie said...

You are getting to be a real pro at ice photography. This one is fabulous. Loved looking at all the little lines going every which way. Such a fascinating shot. Keep up the experimentation and good work. I really like it. Great job. genie

Indrani said...

They do make great subject matter to photograph.

Rejen said...

Great patterns in the ice.;D

anemonen said...

Wow I really do like this photo.

Gillian Olson said...

Great ice picture, though I'm pretty sure the birds won't be impressed with the frozen bath.

Mildred said...

Very nice B&W! Love the texture and the patterns!
Thanks for sharing, Carver;o)

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