Thursday, December 18, 2008

Iced


After our recent ice storm

39 comments:

Starla said...

I really don't like ice or snow, but that is so cool.

Olivia said...

that's really quiet beautiful!!
I love the contrast with the blue white and red :]

Anna said...

That's stunning! And congrats on being Blogger's Blog of Note today. x

Laura Jayne said...

Oh, this is an amazing photograph. I love it.

'Ami'sha said...

that is a fabulous picture... i don't know much about photography... your pictures are really beautiful

AIDS Calgary said...

Great photo! I love the transparency of the ice, it looks like a cocoon around the branches.

Miranda said...

Wow, I LOVE this!

Constance said...

As a novice photographer, I am quite thrilled to find your blog with so many great photos. So, now I have a question: do you use a tripod for these shot? For some? For all? Just curious. I'm just getting the hang of using a tripod and trying to learn how to adjust the shutter, etc. when using it.
Thanks.

prasetyo budi santoso said...

I'm frozen!

Hylian_medli said...

Cool!

Angela said...

Found your site through Bloggers Blogs of Note. So cool! Beautiful work, but I especially love this shot.

Carlyn Porter said...

Ah I miss the cold! South Florida winters are 70 & sunny

Kathy Van Vleet said...

I love your snowy photos. I'm going to Colorado in 3 weeks - can you give me some pointers to take better snow shots?

Stoney Meenuk said...

It's awesome!

illy-doll said...
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illy-doll said...

absolutely amazing. i can't believe that it's real, it's utterly beautiful. initially i thought it was photoshopped, but then i read your note down the bottom.

it really looks like something out of a magnificent fairytale book.

well done :)

Rebecca said...

Stunning. Great capture.

Jacinta Montgomery said...

This is one of the most beautiful photos I have ever seen.

Sunny said...

It's amazing! Can I use the photo on my other blog?

*bailarina* said...

I love this !!!!!!

Mimi said...

This is beautiful!

Heather said...

spectacular! i can almost feel the ice in my mouth!
love your photos!

Fiona said...

Love these photos. Makes me happy though to think we've planned to visit this part of the country in Autumn rather than winter!

Carmen said...

gorgeous photo!

Tammy said...

I think your pictures are great. You have a wonderful talent.

Chelsey said...

It almost looks like it isn't real! Beautiful!

girlpowr23 said...

Amazing would be an under statement

Illinois-13 years old-Callie

Jasmyn said...

For a moment I thought the snow on top of the branch were clouds sitting in the sky. This is a beautiful photo mother nature.

--- You'll Never Know said...

Oh how I wish it was snowy here! I absolutely love this photo. Ice can make such beautiful pictures. I really like the contrast of the red on the blue. Great shot!

Candi said...

Awesome! Love it!

Raisya said...

Beautiful! Great shot!

Jane said...

Beautiful capture, lovely blog you deserve your "blog of note" very much.

Jazzy Cazy said...

That's a very beautiful picture, you feel like time has just stood still.

sam ring said...

this picture is very powerful in a way, very nice. -http://superbowlsc.blogspot.com/

Princess Haiku said...

Hi, I found you because of your blog of note award and congrats. I grew up in upstate, New York and it does have an unworldly beauty in the winter. This photo is stunning. Good luck with your blog.

cafemocha1124 said...

beautiful!! I'm making this one my wallpaper

David C. said...

Very nice. Looks a lot like Indiana, except we never have skies that blue in the winter.

gui* said...

such a great picture =)

my blog is not written in english but check out this little text I wrote in english if you want :
http://faladosilenciosamente.blogspot.com/2009/02/na-lingua-inglesa-fica-sempre-bem.html.

thank you.

Faded Redhead said...

WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
I am from Australia, Queensland actually, and we never see snow, let alone ice storms.
Your photography is simply amazing, thankyou for allowing people to peer into your part of the world.
Such sensitivity so beautifully portrayed.
Cheers