Sunday, March 11, 2012

ICE/ Creative Exchange

 Ice where water has receded

I will be sorry when the ice is gone. It's sooo photogenic!

Ice at edge of creek
I am  Linking to The Creative Exchange HERE.

37 comments:

Sandra said...

really beautiful, i especailly like the second shot, God's art is what it is. the only ice we see is in our freezer. ha ha. beautiful.

Sandra said...

it bothers us because we are early risers, and go to bed at 8, like right now yesterday was full daylight, and now we have an hour before it gets light. we get up at 4 am and go to bed at 8 so this is misery for us. I came out of walmart yesterday at 7 and the sun was up, also we go to the gym at 5:30 each week day and it has been nice driving home at 6;30 in daylight, now we will drive in the dark.
I know we are very much in the minority. I really just wish they would pick one and leave it, like AZ does. no changes to adjust to.
but since THEY never listen to ME. I will just deal with it and fuss about it until Bob threatens to disown me. I say things for weeks, like no wonder we aren’t hungry, it’s REALLY only 11 not 12.... drives him nuts

Lowell said...

I've not thought about ice being photogenic; maybe that's 'cause I haven't seen any lately. I know it's rather slippery. With my luck I'd run out to photograph the photogenic ice and fall on my proverbial you-know-what and drop my camera in the nearest pond.

You take the ice pictures and I'll look at them. OK? :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

It seems that over there it's still very cold! Over here not that much but we still wait anxiously for some sunny days...
God bless you!
Cezar

Kate said...

Ice is too darn treacherous for me to see its beauty, but I'll take another look.

Forgot about daylight time...now to fix the household clocks.

Riet said...

Those are beautiful photo's.

Viola said...

Yes, I was sorry to.. I wa sorry when most of the white lovely snow melted first time, in the end of February.. that was too early.. But now after having felt spring coming around, I don't miss the snow.. but I don't know more lovely than snow and ice.. :)

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

I agree the ice and snow is photogenic but sure you will find other subjects to wow us with.

☆☆Mumsy said...

Gorgeous photos of the ice, and the frozen reflection in it is so awesome!

cieldequimper said...

It'll be back (hopefully!)

Judy said...

Love the reflection in that last shot!

Jill said...

You have quite the eye for beautiful things!

TexWisGirl said...

You make it beautiful.

RuneE said...

I agree with you when it come to the photogenicity of ice - you have shown it. Even so, I'm glad that is gone here :-)

PS Thank you for the comment. The crow in the photo is called Corvus cornix in Latin, maybe best known by the English name Hooded Crow. Very common in "The old World" :-)

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Who knew ice was so photogenic? Living in S CA I don't get the chance to experience it much... cool shots!

RedPat said...

I actually saw some ice on water yesterday but not as much as this! ;-)

Lois Evensen said...

Very pretty ice shots! We haven't seen much ice down here, either. ;) I know I can't count the ice carvings, right?

Jack said...

Yes, ice is photogenic, but open water is also photogenic but a lot more enjoyable for wimps like me.

Michelle said...

Ice is so great to photograph. It has the ability to look so different all of the time.

Susan said...

So, so beautiful! Wow!

Shammickite said...

I walked TessaDog in Eldred King Woodlands today, or at least I tried to.... too much ice on the trails, it was downright slippery. It may be photogenic, but I don't like walking on it.

Andrea said...

Yes the ice is so photogenic, and i feel so deprived in this lifetime for not having seen it yet. We only have the dry and the wet seasons and my few travels abroad are normally coincided with spring. But aside from looking at the snow and ice i dont want to experience the long cold.

Halcyon said...

The ice is pretty, but I'll. Be glad for some spring flowers and greenery! Pretty shots. :)

Stephanie said...

Stunning shots!

Randy said...

Very beautiful indeed. I really like the first shot.

magiceye said...

loved the 2nd pic the best!

Daniel said...

Beautifully captured. You are so right about ice and water.

Malyss said...

I agree with you, you've made very beautyful icy photos!

A Garden of Threads said...

Sorry, but I am tired of brown. I am embracing these warm temperatures and hoping for some colour spring flowers.

Karen said...

Nice EG! I am happy to spring come though.

Vita Stunder said...

Lovley shots, EG!
I totally agree with you about shooting ice - but I look forward to spring ;)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It really is beautiful. I love the swirl effect in the bottom picture.

Lisa Gordon said...

It's beginning to look a bit like spring!
These are wonderful images of the winter past.

Thank you so very much for being a part of The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful evening, and I will surely still see you here!

lisa.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photos.

Regards and best wishes

hannah said...

Hi EG,
Love that ice.
So photogenic. Always.
But I am glad ours has
been gone for weeks now.
And is not coming back. [Because I am telling it not to :-)]

I love Sandra's rant about the time change. I feel much the same. I don't set the clocks back for weeks and confuse everybody.

kkkkaty said...

I love these...the lavender that comes through is lovely!

Janie said...

Ice is photogenic, but spring brings different interesting opportunities.

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