01.29.2020 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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22 Responses to 01.29.2020 Wordless Wednesday

  1. krikitarts says:

    Feather flowers of frost!

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  2. You’re finding all sorts of icy treasures this winter!

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  3. shoreacres says:

    It’s a caterpillar, creeping along on little frost feet, while trying to hide itself away from your prying eyes.

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  4. Lemony says:

    Fantastic! Such a great capture of hoar frost. It really does look like the frost is trying make off with the leaf here.

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  5. Jane Lurie says:

    Wow, what a fascinating shot, Steve. Beautiful nature moment.

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  6. drawandshoot says:

    Love that feather frost!

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  7. Leya says:

    Beautiful – somehow it made me think of ants carrying away a caterpillar

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  8. Eliza Waters says:

    Fantastic image, Steve! A great example of fern hoarfrost.

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  9. Dave Ply says:

    Jack Frost turns over an old leaf?

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  10. bluebrightly says:

    This is one of my favorites, for the way it brings together the cool, abstract nature of ice and the down-to-earth nature of the leaf. It almost seems as if the ice is attempting to levitate the leaf, maybe to some other reality. 🙂 I see I’m not the only one to have that thought.

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    • There were a lot of interpretations of this one and I like them all. Hoar frost often forms where a solid object touches ice but this was the first time I’ve seen an object suspended above the frost. There’s a story to this one besides a picture of frost and or a leaf. Thanks, Lynn.

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