01.19.2022 Winter’s Chaos

Eliot Porter’s book, “Nature’s Chaos,” is a favorite influence along with “Intimate Landscapes”.

There is a lot to be seen in water’s frozen element.

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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 01.19.2022 Winter’s Chaos

  1. The ice arc across the lower part of the photograph reminds me of a strand of seaweed.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    Given the sharp, blade-like formations at the very bottom, I can’t help seeing some sort of marvelous creature on ice skates.

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  3. Nice! somehow a nice jazzy, sci-fi look to this shot, I like it!

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  4. melissabluefineart says:

    I like it too. It is exciting!

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  5. Peter Klopp says:

    This image calls all would-be photographers to observe nature with keen eyes and discover its beauty even in the dead of winter. Great shot, Steve!

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  6. Very interesting and sharp looking ice formation!

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  7. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice capture, Steve. The uniqueness of ice formation is infinite, always something new to see.

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  8. Tina says:

    Otherworldly and yet, so of this Earth. That’s a gorgeous photo and doesn’t ice make for a good subject?

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  9. Ms. Liz says:

    Sensational! So layered, so deep .. stunning work Steve. I’ll put a link on twitter.

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  10. This is beautiful Steve! I bet it would make a really nice print in metal or acrylic.

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  11. Beautiful photograph. I was not aware of the book, I must confess. It looks like a must read for photographers, so I bought a copy.

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  12. Ann Mackay says:

    Extraordinary! The detail in this is absolutely beautiful and so crisp that it looks as if the edges of the ice are sharp enough to cut. It’s a picture I could look at for a long time… 🙂

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  13. Todd Henson says:

    Not only is there a lot to be seen, but you are very good at seeing it. 🙂 Thanks for mentioning the books, I’m going to look those up.

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  14. Just beautiful, Steve. The trapped leaf it a nice element, but it doesn’t stop my eye from exploring every inch of this photograph.

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