12.04.2019 Pond Finale Wordless Wednesday

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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25 Responses to 12.04.2019 Pond Finale Wordless Wednesday

  1. A fitting finale, and with different-enough hues not to encroach on the first one you showed.

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  2. The discerning eye sees the inverted triangle following the pattern on the ice perfectly. What a great finale!

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    A fabulous series, Steve. This one looks like an oil painting done with palette knife.

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  4. Nature is such an amazing artist, Steve! And you captured her art amazingly well.

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  5. Beautiful image Steve! Brings back memories of my old home when a group of photographers would meet on Sunday at a local Nature area. In the Winter months I would photograph a lot of ice patterns! Thanks for sharing your images!

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    • Thanks, Reed.
      I am not fond of cold weather, I may have mentioned that once or twice or a hundred times, but the opportunities like this make the suffering worth while. Fingers eventually thaw and then the fun begins at the desktop.


  6. shoreacres says:

    If I’d seen this hanging in a gallery with no context at all, I never would have guess the subject was ice. It does look remarkably like the surface of a canvas that’s had paint applied with a palette knife. The colors are wonderful.

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    • Thanks, Linda.
      Sidelighting has the wonderful effect of enhancing detail. I enjoy photographing the full moon, but the direct light flattens the surface while a quarter moon has raised features as you observe in this photograph.

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