02.26.2021 More from Dean Brook

One of many reasons I visit often.

While I do enjoy making these winter images I am about ready for something a bit warmer.

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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14 Responses to 02.26.2021 More from Dean Brook

  1. Nice Steve! Enjoyed seeing your image. Maybe you should bring some hot chocolate or coffee to keep you warmer!

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  2. The season gives you a reason to take pictures.

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice image, Steve. The days of ice are numbered. Spring melt is coming soon!

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  4. Peter Klopp says:

    Keep shooting these lovely ice formations while the cold weather lasts in your neck of the woods. Less than one month till Spring, Steve!

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  5. krikitarts says:

    And we’re (almost) ready for something a bit cooler here. Late summer has been very pleasant for YardWork, but it’s easy to get too involved, work too hard, and get exhausted. And you know me–I found a face in your image, close to the top and just to the right of the dark “V” structure in the middle. She’s quite small and looks rather skeletal, and her gaze is directed toward the middle of the right edge of the frame. Can you see her? If not, no worries, it’s just me and my fantasies.

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  6. shoreacres says:

    When I looked at Steve’s photo of tiny icicles hanging from Ashe juniper branches, their rounded form seemed somehow familiar, even though I tend to think of icicles as being pointed on the ends. Lo and behold, here are those same rounded forms hanging down in front of the water. Maybe I think of icicles being ‘pointed’ because the longer ones seem that way. I’ll bet if I looked only at the last couple of inches of the long icicles, they’d be more rounded at the tips, too.

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    • From a distance they do appears pointed. The only sharp-ended ones I’ve seen were that way from breakage. It makes sense that they’d be rounded since they are formed by drops freezing while clinging to the ends.

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  7. Beautiful! I believe I see several lovely brides, with their voluminous tulle veils flowing behind them.

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    • That’s funny because another one of my recent post titles referred to the water as veiled. I don’t think I’ve been to many weddings where the bride wore a veil but it has been a lot of years since the last one. Most of the women whose weddings I did attend were former hippies/liberated women and a veil was out of the question…many wore suits as did Mary Beth. πŸ™‚ But there are definite bridal veils here and I am glad that you pointed them out.

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