Beautiful shot, Steve.
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The cold gives you an advantage: your swirls hold still.
I’ve photographed moving swirls but never a solid eddy. It’d have to be an incredibly sudden freeze. This is close though.
How beautiful this is! Winter glory. 🙂
Thanks, Ann! I always appreciate these shots much later when I am warm and in front of the computer. 😀
Warm and in front of the computer is good right now – it’s chilly out there!
Beautiful golden abstract. Autumn 🍂 is glorious.
Thank you, Alessandra! Yes, autumn is glorious. But this is after the leaves have fallen and the warm color is from the early morning light on the pines and hemlocks that surround the pond.
Wow, this is awesome!
Thanks, Eliza! So is your comment. ❤
A beautiful sheen, and I love all the complicated swirls and curves overlaid with the gold bands.
Thanks, Robert! I was surprised that it became cold enough so fast to freeze the motion of the water as it did.
Color and texture conspire to create a work of art. We only get to enjoy it because you paid attention and recognized its beauty. Thank you!
Thank you, Tanja! I was lucky to choose this route to return home on this particular morning.
Thank you, Linda!
Thank you, Belinda!
What very pleasant composition!
Thanks, Wally. My once frozen fingers appreciate that.
The short exposure setting gives the impression that ice is beginning to form. Great composition!
It was a long exposure, sort of, and indeed ice. Thanks, Peter!
‘Tis the season. I’ve not seen any down here yet, but the radio said the temperature this morning was in the 20’s so maybe I should start looking.
I imagine that’ll do it for you. This past week was mostly above or about freezing in the morning but we are back in the low 20’s today and I might go looking for more ice and frost.
This is a beautiful reflection and pattern … love it!
Thanks, Denise. It made for a nice combination of fire and ice.
Fantastic! Love the pattern on pattern.
Thank you, Linda. It was a layerpalooza! 🙂
Thank you, Donna!
Beautiful ice swirls and golden hues.
Thank you, Tom!
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