Still Learning To See

More ice

Ice can appear so differently depending on variables like temperature, flow rates, the age of the ice and, in the photographs, the angle at which I’m viewing it. I was stunned by the variety I found earlier this week at the small stream I often visit in Middlesex. The only things missing from these photographs are the sound of the water and the icy temperatures but, regardless, I trust you get the idea of what I’ve been up to! For me, this kind of photography is heaven.

This entry was published on December 11, 2013 at 2:49 pm and is filed under Abstract, Ice, John Snell, Photograph, Reflections, Snow, Vermont, Water, Winter. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

7 thoughts on “More ice

  1. John, these are stunning! That last one looks like the footprints of elves 🙂 Ice has so many varieties of form and color–thanks yet again!

  2. John, your winter journeys are still marvelous. Every shot is different and unique. Love it

  3. Beautiful collection of crystal tapestry, great pictures

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