Tag Archives: shaped ice
02.20.2021 Murphy! Is that you?
Yesterday as I was shooting ice, snow and water at Dean Brook’s Murphy Falls (my name for it after my late beagle and not official) I noticed this abstract. What do you think? Did he drop in to visit me? … Continue reading
01.25.2020 Who goes there?
12.21.2019 The Iceman Abides
A profile of an iceman literally chillin’. 🙂 Anthropomorphizing animals is bad enough without starting in on the inanimates amongst us. 🙂
02.12.2019 Buffam Brook Ice Suckers
Folks are often remarking that they see different things in my images, at least the more abstract ones, and for a change I thought I’d volunteer something. The cups on an Octopus’ arms are called suckers and that’s what this … Continue reading
01.01.2019 Happy New Year
I am as happy as anybody to greet the new year although I hold no grudges against 2018. Mosquitoes, yes, the year, no. But it’s always nice to look at things afresh and look at oneself for ways to be … Continue reading
01.23.2016 Your choice Saturday
Yeah, I know…lame, it’s been done before. But that was Tuesday and this is Saturday, so big difference. Anyway, when making this image, my naked eye (not really naked as I wear glasses) could not see the prism and other … Continue reading
01.07.2013 Abstract Ice
Finding these little abstracts along the edges of rivers and streams is probably my favorite winter imaging. It is quite enjoyable and even though there are endless patterns and shapes, finding a few that are appealing as a photograph takes … Continue reading