Sunday, February 28, 2010

Bubbles/ Macro Monday

Bubbles under melting ice

Today the temperature outdoors is 3°C (37°F) so the ice is MELTING. Yes, slowly...but it IS melting!

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15 comments:

sonia a. mascaro said...

Just amazing!

Small City Scenes said...

That is really neat. Nice macro.

I am so sorry you all are under a blanket of the snowy stuff. But is seems to be warming up a tad bit for you. 37F--we are about 15 degrees warmer. I am sending some warmth your way. MB

Paulie said...

That's so cool! No pun intended. . . it is 60 degrees here today and I have given up looking for more snow. sigh

Jacob said...

It almost looks like soap bubbles...and that one line of bubbles looks like a snake has shed its skin.

Glad to hear it's warming up some. Won't be long now 'til spring rises up to greet you with sunshine and flowers!

Judy said...

Gorgeous! I love the patterns you find in and under the ice!

Becky and Gary said...

Oh, I just love bubbles under the ice. So interesting!
Our temp. got above freezing today, and plenty of melting, but now everything is slushy, and miserable to walk around. We still have a ton of snow.
Have a great week.
B.

Regina said...

How awesome!

Regina said...

How awesome!

Cezar and Léia said...

C'est magnifique ma chère amie!
Congratulations, this is really perfect!
Léia :)

B SQUARED said...

Rest assured, Spring is coming.

Johnny Nutcase said...

excellent textures!

Manang Kim said...

Very awesome. The lines looks like it is drawn. Thanks for sharing!

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kalamarie123 said...

Yay! for melting ice.

kaye said...

cool!

lisaschaos said...

The melting would be good to see. I love how you brave the cold to share it with us. :)

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