13 January 2015

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

Windshield Wednesday

14 comments :

  1. Ice ever so grand, pictures of it are find in my land. All kinds of different patterns too.

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    1. I'd love to tolerate more snow and ice just to spend a few more hours shooting snowflakes, Pat, because it's true! No two are alike!!!

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    1. Thanks, Lizard! Thanks for letting me draft cold air into the living room and track snow all over the kitchen while I'm shooting!

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  3. I love these snowflake close-ups. They look so intricate, almost architectural.

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    1. Thanks, Amanda! I love snowflakes, too. :)

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  4. Those are incredible. We've had lots of those amazing crystals and flakes too. You made true art out of them!

    I thought of you when I checked out the report by a photographer who went to the Wave after a very big snowstorm there. You might enjoy his photos even more than I did (because you've been there before). They are posted at: http://adventr.co/2015/01/wave-winter-wonderland/

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    1. Thank you, KB! For the link, too! I was undergoing too much medical stuff when you posted this, and I've been anxious ever since for the opportunity to sit down and peruse The Wave in snow...

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    2. Thank you again, KB, for that great link! I really enjoyed seeing The Wave in a way I've never seen it. Makes me want to return SO bad!!!

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  5. Each one is a miracle.

    And have you noticed the tiny rainbows in some of them? I suppose "spectra" might be a better word - but there are definitely hints and tints of colour scattered throughout.

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    1. I hadn't really noticed the rainbows in them; I was too busy studying each arm for future snowflake inspiration!!! ;) But now that you've pointed it out, I do see a bit of prismatic action going on. Now I have to figure out a way with my makeshift equipment and studio to magnify this effect...

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  6. I tried to do this with a meager snow we had a few weeks ago but it did not work. Thanks for reminding me how I intricate snowflakes really are.

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  7. This was my inspiration to try it.

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    1. Di, I'm so sorry your experiment didn't work! It took me a couple of attempts and a lot of patience to get it to work! I can't wait for Saturday's storm so I can try again...

      (Since I probably won't be able to ride AGAIN! Dang it!)

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