Thursday, March 5, 2009

Falling Frost


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13 comments:

Megha said...

That looks so beautiful. In cold conditions, I have noted that photographs with the sun in the picture don't lose the colors. It doesn't create silhouettes.

Nice picture :)

Today's sketch
Concrete Jungle...

grammy said...

A whole story pops into my mind just looking at this. Dreamy. Great pic.

Virginia S. Wood, PsyD said...

My camera's manual instructs me not to use it when it's below 32F. Are they kidding? As "Falling Frost" demonstrates perfectly, that's where the best shots are.

Amanda said...

oohh, la la, very pretty!

Edith Newell-Beattie said...

Wonderful, beautiful, blues of winder.
Can you take the same location in spring and summer? I'm not convinced that it's the cold...I think it's the photographer who masters his equiptment. Also, i just so look forward to the spring and summer shots...

CrispyHeel said...

Nice.

YICA said...

I am continually impressed. A soul that has born much pain is often enabled to perceive much beauty. "Beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning" Isaiah 61:3

kyllimarjaana said...

YOUR PICTURES ARE GREAT !!

Cecilia Leger said...

I'm running out of superlatives to describe your work...

How I'd love to be driving on that road right now!

Dottie said...

Michael:
These Photos are just beautiful! you can see by looking that you have your heart in each and everyone .
I will be back to see what photos you post next love the one's with snow. Have not been in the snow for over 16yrs now that we are living in Florida.
Dottie

SunJune said...

Why does it look a little dark?

David C. said...

Very nice picture. I saw the same phenomenon of frost crystals falling from trees in Indiana a few days ago, but couldn't figure out how to capture an image. Instead, I took some closeups of the ice crystals on plants in the backyard. They are posted under the titles "Ice" and "More Ice" at my blog.

Sunny said...

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