It’s like Robin Hood’s arrows all hitting the precise center of the bull’s eye, with icy seismic repercussions. What a wonderful find.
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Just something i found lying around the pond, Gary. Hadn’t thought of a bullseye.
A good juxtaposition of sinuous and linear.
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Definitely enjoyed find this contrast of lines. Thanks.
Great Image Steve! Very Cool!!
What a beautiful combination of straight lines and curves. There’s nothing tangential about this one!
Thanks, Linda! I almost overlooked this one when in Lightroom. Not sure why I all of a sudden was drawn to process it but it turned out well.
You have a good eye for the unusual things in nature, Steve. I like the way the grass pokes through the ice. Amazing are the curved lines on the ice.
Thanks, Peter. I just take my time looking closely at things. Ice fascinates me so I am attracted to looking at it.
Beautiful catch, Steve. The swirl is like an etching of the path of the wind that brought down the pine needle. Love it!
Thanks, Eliza! Nice observation of the two coinciding lines..
I love this composition! It’s such a peaceful image!
Glad of that! Thanks, Gail!
I love the contrasts in this image – the swirls and the straight lines and the monochrome ice with the green of the pine needles – very satisfying!
Thanks, Ann! It is an enjoyable combination of lines and color. Happy you enjoyed it!
Ditto! to the comments above, very cool shot!
What a great minimalistic picture! The dynamics of the rigid ice.
All the best
The Fab Four of Cley
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Thank you, Klausbernd! All the best to you also. 🙂
There’s something mesmerizing about the curves, straight lines and jagged shards of ice, dusted with frost, and beautiful hues of blue. Lucky pine needle to rest in such a spot!
Ice is almost like a snowflake, so varied and unique in its patterns and shapes.Once I find a spot with a lot of opportunities I am a bit mesmerized as I wander looking for compositions. Lucky pine needle and lucky Steve too. 🙂
So simple and yet it really works. I suspect it would work even without the needles, but I think they add something special.
Thanks. Yes it would work on its own and I might have been able to lift the needles but liked the addition as you mention.
Love, love love this! The colors, patterns in the ice and then that beautiful pine needle bunch … very delicate and a little more feminine than some of your other ice pictures. Good to be in touch with your feminine side! 😉
🙂 That is a good thing although I don’t really think about my imaging in that way. I am glad that you enjoy this image as you do. Maybe I’ll keep my eye out for more feminine images. 🙂
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