The Magic of Ice, Part 2

The ice’s imagination has no bounds.

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I wonder if the creatures were involved in the designing?

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It’s like magic happened overnight.

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Will this life form swim away?

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The myriad of designs in this section of the creek would be beyond comprehension without the picture.

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Obviously, there are endless possibilities for ice compositions.

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I think I walked up on a secret meeting of the ice spirits.

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The characters and shapes in the ice differ with each freeze.

That’s why I always make an effort to visit this small creek when the conditions are right for ice.

… I wonder if they enjoyed me as much as I enjoyed them?

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Ice can be endlessly fascinating and I can sit looking at it for hours.

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  2. I used to makes a lot of close-up images of ice during my macro phase. Nice work.

    Reply

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