Saturday, February 9, 2013

ice conclusion

this is my last image in the ice series, taken two days ago in quechee, vermont, a little over an hour north of brattleboro.
yesterday, all day and through the night, the snow fell.
i'll go out later and see what i can capture to share with you.
thank you all for your comments about the ice circles.
i love that i can photograph something that fascinates me and this community helps me to understand the true nature of what i've caught.

13 comments:

Lowell said...

Dear BC,

This is a superb photograph - unique! It is a true work of art. With just a big of cropping it would be perfect on a wall.

Hope you are safe and warm in the midst of the winter's fury!

Birdman said...

Been there quite a few times on my way to see my sister at Green Mtn. College... but never in winter.

Sketchbook Wandering said...

I have enjoyed your ice series. Your ice circles, along with reader explanations, from vortex fairies to manhole covers to natural phenomena were fascinating!!

Sharon said...

The shapes and sizes of ice you've posted has been so very interesting. I must say I'd never seen anything like those ice circles before. How extraordinary.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I've enjoyed 'the ice series' too and so very interesting to read Tash and Carraol's findings about the ice circles. It's always so hard for me to imagine how cold it is over there for you guys when it's over 40C here in Perth, just as extreme oui! Happy weekend Brattcat.

Rob Siemann said...

Feeling cold just looking at these fabulous photos...

Malyss said...

It's like if water was frozen into clouds and smoke!I find it gorgeous!
Stay warm and safe this week-end!

Doug Hickok said...

Hope you and Mr. Brattcat are safe and warm from the storm. Can't wait to see your newest images from Nemo :^)

RamblingRound said...

OH, I love to see ice formations. This is really thick! Stay safe in this storm, and I'm looking forward to a Nemo photo.

Library Jewel said...

This is a lovely scene frozen in time!

Jack said...

Such a pretty scene, brattcat. Glad that it has been less nasty in Brattleboro.

Kate said...

You have to be pretty determined to plow through the snow you've gotten! Good luck on your snowy photo shoot.

Tom Singleton said...

Love your ice pictures BC! You really know how to capture the essence of things.