01.02.2021 Flow and Splash

A little winter something from a past visit to Chapel Falls.

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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23 Responses to 01.02.2021 Flow and Splash

  1. eremophila says:

    Beautiful, although I’m guessing finger numbing.

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  2. Littlesundog says:

    Those fingers of ice are stunning. Are you ever tempted to return often to observe how they change from day to day?

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    • Yes I am but most of the places I find these scenes are a drive from home. I wish I had my own personal stream to study here on the property. That’s something I hadn’t considered when we were house hunting 36 years ago. There are YouTube videos of growing icicles but it would be nice to watch it for ourselves.

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  3. Yes, beautiful – thank you

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  4. Once again a good balance of static and dynamic.

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  5. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice! We walked up there just yesterday. I’ve never seen it so full and flowing. Amazing that the high water continues after more than a week. It must have been quite the torrent on Christmas.

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    • Eliza Waters says:

      BTW, there was a photographer there that at first I thought was you, but with everyone masked, it was hard to tell. He didn’t have a mustache and it was after lunch, so I didn’t approach him, thinking it wasn’t you. Strange times these!

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    • I wish I had gone there as well to see the flow. Torrents don’t always allow for the same control that I aim for but just being there would have been nice. If he was there alone when you arrived then if it was me I would have been unmasked. I put mine on when people arrive but if alone it’s off. If I visited up your way I’d let you know. 🙂

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  6. Excellent! A great crystal curtain to frame the stream of water

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  7. krikitarts says:

    That’s a magnificent set of icicles. Considering Littlesundog’s comment, wouldn’t it be interesting to be able to get a time-lapse sequence as they grow?

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  8. So amazingly beautiful!!

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  9. shoreacres says:

    The clarity of those icicles is wonderful. Winter’s arrived for sure; this is the first time this year I’ve had the urge to eat an icicle.

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    • I haven’t eaten an icicle in decades. As a kid I did often but it never occured to me what was in those cold spears that hung from dirty roofs and gutters. Probably explains why I grew up with a cast iron stomach. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.


  10. Nice Ice image! Like the combination of movement & frozen ice framing it!

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  11. Very nicely found, composed and processed. I have a hard time finding accessible places to photograph ice and cascades. I think our snow on top of the ice covers up some of the nice smooth forms and reflections too.

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