Sunday, January 10, 2010

Ice Crystals/ Macro Monday

Perfect weather for ice crystals


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19 comments:

Becky and Gary said...

I love taking shots of the ice/ snow. They look like mineature trees. Beautiful EG
B.

judi said...

WOW! that is totally awesome!
So tiny and you did a bang up job of capturing them.

Betty said...

Your ice crystals are very dainty looking. they look like they were painted there by winter snow fairies.
~~Hugs~~

kaye said...

that is some serious macro photography!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how beautiful, EG... I love seeing ice crystals--and these are some of the prettiest!!! Thanks!
Hugs,
Betsy

Jama said...

These are simply awesome! for a second there I thought they are some kind of flowers.

toby said...

And perfect macro shots - well done! Those are stunning!

Jay said...

Wow ... those ice crystals look just like leafy lichens growing on old wood!

Wonderful how nature mimics itself at times, isn't it?

Greyscale Territory said...

So stunningly beautiful! Like delicate varieties of ferns!

Colleen said...

Macro shots of snow or ice crystals are some of my favorites. Just beautiful!

Välkommen said...

Wow! Wonderful macro :)

lisaschaos said...

Squealing! Love them!!!

Carolyn Ford said...

You really captured those crystals beautifully! And, just as we have learned in school...each one is different. Amazing!

Manang Kim said...

Wow I just wonder what kind of lenses you used this one. This is great! Thanks for sharing!

MacroMonday:Guess what?

awarewriter said...

Beautiful shots and so delicate.

moorebloglife said...

If those were fake they could not look more perfect! Absolutely made me jealous!

Gena D said...

How wonderful! such great shots!
Gena @ thinking aloud
Blog/ post : http://tobethinkingaloud.blogspot.com/

CameoRoze (Margaret) said...

Great photo ... stay warm!

Lovin' Macro Monday,
Cameo @-->-->---

Rose said...

Great capture, EG!

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