When we talk to our friend Art in Vermont, ice does not impress him much. Their winters are cold and the lakes freeze easily. We're planning visiting them in March hence everything we talk about lately is about maple sugering, ice fishing, snow shoeing and winter coats - haha. They do not know yet but the AirBnB is booked and the flights shouldn't be a problem either.
I love ice and also broken ice looks interesting to me. This was towards the end of the winter, a small lake near my cottage.
This is an intriguing contribution to our theme of December. The different plates of ice and their obviously hoarfrost covered surfaces make a fascinating pattern. Well seen!
Greetings from springlike Westphalia where the tulips already are peeking out of soil ...
I love this image, A stained glass window by Mother Nature. It's a winner for me!
Your trip sounds like great fun. We used to get wood fire cooked maple syrup from Larry's, Nova Scotia, Uncle Robbie. I has a very special taste, much better that a Cousin's maple syrup who had automated the process from the trees to bottles. We never went there in the winter. I was intimidated by the thought of the ocean freezing. The Northumberland Strait between Nova Scotia's North shore and Prince Edward Island used to freeze regularly. GLF, Pat
I really like this kind of photography a lot! It's not easy to come up with the right framing, composition and so on and yet this image has all these elements at its best. I easily could see this image printed large and hanging at some office, living room or alike!