01.31.2021 Silent Sunday-Pas de Deux

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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29 Responses to 01.31.2021 Silent Sunday-Pas de Deux

  1. Ann Mackay says:

    Fantastically feathery! 🙂

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  2. shoreacres says:

    What a pair of earrings these would make. Copper, perhaps, with a turquoise bead on top.

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    • That would require some skill to craft the intracacy. Turquoise is one of Mary Beth’s favorite gems. We had a local jeweler make her wedding ring of gold with a simple strip inlay of turquoise. Lucky me…no diamonds required. 🙂

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  3. susurrus says:

    They reminded me of the feathered feet you sometimes see on fancy types of chickens.

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  4. Littlesundog says:

    I agree with Linda about the earrings. We rarely see hoar frost in these parts so it’s very exciting to see it in your neck of the woods!

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    • We have both hoar and rime frosts often once it really gets cold. It has to be at least in the teens for hoar and we need a fog to freeze for rime. We haven’t had many cold days so far, until the last couple, and when we did it warmed up and melted the crystals. I saw them as dancers but earrings might dance on the ears of an active wearer. 🙂

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  5. Eliza Waters says:

    They look like little Christmas trees!

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  6. krikitarts says:

    Aaah, feather flowers of frost.

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  7. Todd Henson says:

    Wow, it’s fascinating how these things form. Such amazingly intricate little patterns. I can see how folks see so many different things in them, prints, feathers, ear rings, etc. They all work.

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    • They are amazing. I am sure the variety comes from whatever the mechanism is that causes every snowflake to be different. These are different although have a similar appearance. Little variations.


  8. tomwhelan says:

    These were the kind of crystals I looked for last weekend and didn’t find. Excellent image.

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