Ice and Water

These are a few of the reasons I like ice and water.

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Reflections make pretty pictures.

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Patterns in ice create interesting designs of light and shadow.

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This ice curiosity formed in a cavity not 3 inches across.

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Tumbling water rolled over on itself, trapped air and bubbles resulted.

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Rippling water cast yellow-rimmed shadows on the rocks below.

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Add the sound of running water to all this, and it explains why I’m drawn to rocky creeks.

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13 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Therese on January 20, 2013 at 10:21 am

    Well done! I know the name of the rocks with the yellow cast on them. Ready?
    Giraffe rocks. Terrible, I know. I miss my hikes to your creek.

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  2. Beautiful pics of the ice in the creek/brook. Really nice photos.

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  3. Lovely photos! You could spend all day along the creek and still have much to wonder at!

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  4. Beautiful captures!

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  5. The photos with ripples and rocks are especially intriguing! :O)

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  6. I spend a lot of time near water too. Something about it draws me to it. Maybe because I grew up on a river. Nice shots!

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    • Thanks. We went to Missouri for 2 weeks every summer when I was a kid. It was a trout park, and the Current River came up in the park. We camped by the stream. Such nice memories.

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