Sunday, February 19, 2012

Frozen Patterns

These aren't macros in the true definition of the term "macro photography". However, they are close-ups, and, therefore, they count.

With the amazing, and very strange (if I do say so myself), weather we've had this winter, you really don't know what you're gonna get from one day to the next. One day, our pond will have a thin layer of ice; The next day, the ice will be gone, and thoughts of fishing fill my brain (yeah, yeah thoughts of fishing always fill my brain - what's your point?); And, yet the next day, there will be areas of thick ice and other areas are clear.

Last weekend, I went back to the pond with the camera... more for exercise than anything else really. However, I think I came away with some pretty neat abstracts. What do you think?

(c) Misty DawnS

(c) Misty DawnS

We've had an amazing winter as far as the weather is concerned. I still, however, look forward to short sleeves, long walks, and, yes, fishing. Almost sounds like a romance novel, doesn't it? hehe



yes, VERY interesting abstracts!

Kay L. Davies

Great shots, Misty. If you hadn't mentioned pond and ice, we might never have known what they were.
Hope you're fishing soon.

Jan n Jer

Yep they are very interesting...great shots!

From The Heart

Great shots!

ArtMuseDog and Carol

Wow ~ loving these shots ~namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)

Mama Zen

Wild shots!


They are very interesting!

sarah c

Wow way cool, Love them :)


nice abstract designs ....


Interesting indeed. Happy Macro Monday!


Herding Cats

Wow! Such interesting shapes!

Tatjana Parkacheva

Great photos.

Regards and best wishes


Oh, I like them!

Scott F

Very cool patterns, you have a good eye.

Costin Comba

Beautiful macro photography. Have a nice week. Greetings from Romania.


Really nice! I love ice and snow photos, and these are especially interesting.


Wonderful abstract images.

Happy MM


Cool! Ice! Nice...8v)

Jen at Cabin Fever

Very cool! I like the abstractness of these.


I love these!

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