01.26.2023 More WInter Brrrrrrs

Interpretations welcomed. This reminded me of the intrusions one finds in rocks.

2019 was a very good year for ice abstracts.


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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32 Responses to 01.26.2023 More WInter Brrrrrrs

  1. shoreacres says:

    I’m curious about that diagonal zipper-like streak through the center of the photo. The same sort of thing showed up in your recent ‘nature’s frozen chaos’ post. Is there something particular that causes that kind of formation? That aside, just to the left of that ‘line,’ in the upper half of the image, I see three conical seashells.

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  2. The structure reminded me somewhat of a head of wheat or other grain.

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Beautiful! I like the flowing lines, reminds me of tropical plants (of course)!

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  4. The diagonal line is a plus. Beautiful.

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  5. I love this shot, wonderful patterns and textures. I really wouldn’t mind if a glassmaker could pour me a pane like this to hang in the window.

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  6. Wally Jones says:

    This reminded me of those puzzles where one is asked “Can You Find the Six Hidden Animals?”.

    I couldn’t. All I could do is get cold gazing at all that ice.

    Obviously photographed during something called “The Blue Hour”.

    (Nicely seen and I like the image you captured of another moment of Nature frozen in time.)

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  7. Ann Mackay says:

    The diagonal is marked like a razor shell. It’s a great abstract image!

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  8. Peter Klopp says:

    Waves, poetry in motion, bubbles, eyes, and insects are some of the things that I see in your ice abstraction.

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  9. Jackson says:

    This is a beauty, Steve! I dig the nautiloid vibe of the two principle lines.

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  10. picpholio says:

    Beautiful ice structures, this is art from nature.

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  11. Todd Henson says:

    This one’s very interesting, lots going on. I love the blue tones.

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  12. Tina says:

    Really beautiful photo! These ice sculptures remind me of how ceramic glazes crawl along a clay pot or sculpture once fired. I also love the blue tones of this one.

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  13. This is an amazing image. Thanks Anita

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  14. bluebrightly says:

    Beautiful! So dynamic!

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  15. Dave Ply says:

    Feather? Feather after being mugged? (Yeah, I know, that interpretation is cold.)

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