01.24.2023 Nature’s Frozen Chaos

Open to interpretations….


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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28 Responses to 01.24.2023 Nature’s Frozen Chaos

  1. picpholio says:

    Nature is able to create real art !

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  2. shoreacres says:

    This may be the most unusual combination of blue and brown I’ve seen; it’s very attractive. For me, the thin white line in the middle of the image suggests balloons. Clearly, a couple of them have lost their strings.

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  3. The formation in the upper right came across to me as some sort of mollusk.

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  4. Todd Henson says:

    I still skip the interpretations this time and just sit back and enjoy it. 🙂

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  5. Ann Mackay says:

    Abstract art! And I see the balloons too – or maybe honesty seed heads.

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  6. Eliza Waters says:

    Birthday balloons! 🙂

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  7. Peter Klopp says:

    Straight out of the garden of your vivid imagination, Steve!

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  8. This is very abstractly cool.

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  9. Excellent! I didn’t see balloons, I thought maybe Mickey Mouse fell through the ice!

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  10. bluebrightly says:

    You’ve perfected these ice abstracts over the years but they never look redundant. This is wonderful!

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  11. Tina says:

    Oooh, so much beautiful movement and texture in this photo–I love it!!

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  12. Wally Jones says:

    First, the photograph is superb. Ice as art continues to impress when an accomplished artist knows how to present it.

    Second, since most have wandered off into abstract fantasy land, this is obviously a microscopic view of a strand of DNA with aberrant cells floating around trying to alter the subject’s genetic make-up. If successful, the subject will soon identify as “A Photographer”.

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  13. Sam.Rappen says:

    Where you saw chaos, I see physics and mathematics. I’m no scientist, but I’m always enthralled with the forms natural elements take under the influence of temperature, pressure, and mixture. Beautiful!

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    • I get pretty excited when I find the forms that nature takes out of the chaos I see. Of course it can also be taken as physics and mathematics as that is all part of how we interpret nature and how scientists discover what is happening before our eyes. In the case of ice, it is never exactly the same even under repeated conditions. Thus chaos. Thanks, Sam!

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