03.06.2019 Just hangin’ around

From the archives but reprocessed with newer tools.  More cold nights (teens) and cool days (20’s) so winter is hangin’ on for a little while longer.  Clocks change this weekend here in DST country. Not sure whether that is a good thing or not.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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14 Responses to 03.06.2019 Just hangin’ around

  1. That long one on the right looks like a club.
    I for one would rather follow Arizona’s model and stay on standard time all year long.

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    • I had called them ice clubs previously. I don’t care which would be adopted-one or the other. Pick one and stick with it. Actually, I think I prefer staying with DST. Sunrise is early enough and 4:00 remaining as 5:00 works for me.

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  2. They do look a bit like caveman clubs, but they struck me first as elongated pine cones

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  3. And of course I hear the sound of the rushing water behind it. Beautiful.

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  4. shoreacres says:

    I especially like the way the limb bisects the background, leaving the darker hues above, and lighter ones below. That’s a really nice touch.

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  5. Todd Henson says:

    It’s a whole cluster of them this time. Just fascinating to see these. I’m with Steve Schwatzman. Having lived in Arizona I grew to prefer their model of not changing time twice a year. As you said, though, it does also have its benefits.

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    • It’s the year of the pendant, Todd. 🙂 As we are about to lose an hour of sleep, so to speak, I guess I am not a fan of leaping forward. OTOH, sunrise arriving an hour later sounds good.

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  6. bluebrightly says:

    Crazy! I have seen that type of ice formation only a few times, closer to the mountains. It won’t happen here. Knock on wood!

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