11.03.2019 Silent Sunday

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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30 Responses to 11.03.2019 Silent Sunday

  1. Gallivanta says:

    Very pretty. Is this the first frost of the year?

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  2. Leya says:

    Beautiful light and colour – love oak leaves. We only had our first frost a couple of days ago.

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  3. Ann Mackay says:

    Beautiful! I love the effects of frost!

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  4. What alluring frost, and what a rich color to play it off against.

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    • Most color is gone now, but there remains a few bits here and there and of course a lot of leaves on the ground.Some oaks hang on to their leaves longer and these white pines do. The light overcast helped.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    Nature’s reds are so varied, and so beautiful. This is an especially attractive red, and the perfect foil for the frost.

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    • This wasn’t at all what I was thinking about when I drove to this location…there’s an old barn that I was looking to photograph. But it pays to look down as well as up and all around. Nature’s icing made all the drying and fading plants look beautiful.

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  6. beautiful, I can see each individual tiny crystal. I love looking at them, much more than feeling them form on my ears

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  7. Mother nature makes her own abstracts. Steve sees and captures.

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  8. This is lovely, Steve. Happy Sunday to you, and a pleasant new week.

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  9. Eliza Waters says:

    Gorgeous shot, Steve! It sure was frosty these past couple mornings.

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  10. The red leaf looks good enough to eat. Fabulous photo.

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    • I am sure it was…especially if you like crunchy food*. 🙂 Thanks, Yvonne. 🙂

      *PSA…oak contains tannins which make some animals sick- not squirrels though 🙂 – and acorns should be boiled before humans can eat them.

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  11. bluebrightly says:

    Frost-covered leaves are so appealing, and not always easy to photograph – this is perfection, Steve.

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