-18C for a few days... encore
- anniejo (0)
- [2007-03-11 23:51]
I see what appears to be hoarfrost, then I see the "ferns, fronds, feathers" of the central photo, and finally, at the bottom more hoarfrost, almost like a picture frame!!
I also see a couple of "globules" perhaps from melting/melted water which have then
frozen over again....but they surely add
interest to the total photo!!
Lovely POV, and a GREAT shot!!
You've photoed another WINNER!!
Hola Jay.- Exelente Macro de estos cristales de hielo. Me agaga el detalle y sus finos colores. Gran nitidez.
Hi dear Jay my friend,
nice image from ice.excellent exposure.
thanks for sharing.
Textures and details in the ice crystals are very well captured in this difficult shot!
Good clarity and interesting patterns!
What an interesting photo Jay. I know nothing about this frozen life on a window - we don't even have double glazing in NZ.
But I love your ferns. I think they look so real, but cold!!
And bravo on your panorama - great result,
I like the feathers of the ice crystals. You know, last year we had a cold period in Romania as this one- long period with very low temperatures (-20, -25C) and there were lots of ice flowers on the window, but as we know nature is an art genie, so, no copies are allowed! :) I'm glad for sharing also these explanations and maybe you'll made us an album with different kinds of ice and snowflakes.
Great macro of mother natures artwork. Thanks for all the observations and a great note. Great job my friend.
Wonderful shot with great notes - will full critque later.
Rather unique Jay..Almost looks like etched glass. The panoramic framing seems to work very well for this also :)
A great compo,well captured stages of iceforms,well done and TFS
TRES ORIGINALE CETTE PHOTO? ET QUEL COURAGE VOUS AVEZ DE PRENDRE DES PHOTOS DE CE FROID!!!!
This is amazingly detailed.
I love it for the details alone, not to mention the note and the panorama.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2007-03-12 12:53]
Another great work.Well seen and composed.Lighting,exposure and visual impact are excellent.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-03-12 14:41]
Very interesting and beautiful work. Pictures and notes are perfect. Great technique and tremendous impressiveness. My compliments and FS.
Superb panorma, Jay -- it really shows off the way the crystals are formed.
Are those fingerprints I see on the glass too?
- jmp (8413)
- [2007-03-12 17:52]
A really aesthetic crystals. Well observed and reported.
TFS, José M.
- horia (16656)
- [2007-03-13 5:44]
Another interesting and rather unique post from you!
The shape and layers of these ice cristals are indeed magnificent and you managed to give them such a lovely presentation.
Your first LP looks great!
I also liked the explanatory note - very good and it comes in handy if one wants to solve the "mistery" of all their shapes. :)
Bravo and TFS
- RAP (7405)
- [2007-03-13 8:29]
Simple y maravillosa captura Jay mostrandonos en detalle la belleza que nos regala la naturaleza.
Impactante presentación con los detalles perfectamente visibles y el gran acierto de la versión LP.
Gracias y saludos... Ricardo
Simple and wonderful capture Jay showing us in detail the beauty that gives us the nature.
Impressive presentation with the perfectly visible details and the great success of the version LP.
Thank you and greetings... Ricardo
great texture and colours in this photo only possible with such low temperatures(-18?I just can´ t imagine,yesterday was +24 here in Lisbon!)
Your so silly willie...I mean Jay
Nice capture of the frost on hte window Jay. The lighting from behind brings out nice textures and colours.
We had 15cm of snow last night...I thought it was spring. Deerfoot a real mess. It will all melt by tomorrow
- Clancys (154)
- [2007-03-13 22:47]
Nice photo. Very interesting display of ice art.
- captainsgirl (4088)
- [2007-03-24 21:33]
Oh my that DOES look cold!! I like the shot, great textures that frost made on your window pane! TFS
thanks for your comments on my photo " Iceberg Ahead! (18) " ;o)
luckily spring is coming and my "iceburg" has all but melted so no dog sledding here til next year! :o)
Beautiful shot. It kind of looks like a grove of banana trees.
- mario-roberto (2627)
- [2007-04-20 1:59]
photo: What fantstic idea!
enlarge image: how you did it?