Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Watery Wednesday

I started taking photos of the pussywillows in the fog,

and realized they had strands of ice attached,

sometimes forming stalks of ice, and sometimes loops.

I have no idea how it was done,

but I am not sure whether I enjoyed the photography,

or shattering the ice strands better.

I do know I was late for work...

18 comments:

J Bar said...

Quite interesting for someone who does not see frost often.
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Pam said...

They are wonderful photos of the ice crystals and the pussywillows look like they are sugar coated. I have never seen anything like it.

♥ ♥ ♥ said...

Gorgeous!!

Debbie

Dar said...

Very interesting. I love these and I think being late for work was worth it. Thanks for the cool shots.
Blessya

christina, sweden said...

looks like a spiderweb of ice
very nice series of photos!

Carletta said...

The firt shot reminded me of spider webs but the others don't. It's like someone wrapped a fine strand of beads around the pussywillows. :)

Lorac said...

Very cool photos!. Worth being late for!

Marie Höglund said...

Just awesome. I have never seen something like this. Like spiderweb. Thanks for visiting.

Hedwig said...

Wonderful photos - I understand that this pussywillows were more interesting than your work.

NatureFootstep said...

the long strands is spiderweb with frozen raindrops. The short ones are frost. :) Very good photos. I like them.

Luna said...

Gorgeous ice pics!!!!
Happy Watery Wednesday...Luna

Clytie said...

I have never seen pussywillows with ice strands before! I thoroughly enjoyed exploring their beauty with you.

Denise said...

What a cool series of photographs. Sounds like you had a lot of fun taking those photos. I would have too and happily been late for work :)

Shey said...

Oh, looks like glittery cobwebs from afar. very interesting and fun to watch. great shots!

Johnny Nutcase said...

this is such a neat photo series! the third one down is reallly cool looking! great macros, i love the textures the willows and the ice formed together.

Stine in Ontario said...

I really like the frost on these, Judy. I took photos yesterday of pussy willows with frozen raindrops on them,. I don't think I've ever seen that before either. Isn't spring fun?

Spiderdama said...

Lovely photos. The ice can be so wonderful

kanishk said...

Gorgeous!!
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