Weekend Snapshot: Close to Frozen

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After a week punctuated by heavy rains, the weather turned cold. This is the surface of the little pond near my home on Saturday morning.

Weekend Snapshot

Comments

  1. Anonymous4:06 PM

    That does look so cold-but beautiful!

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  2. Wow, that could go on the wall it's so pretty. Not my wall--I'm freezing just looking at it! LOL

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  3. What amazing and BEAUTIFUL photographs! I can't quite imagine being that cold, but watching the news about the 'ice storm' in the Northeast boggles MY mind. We're STILL waiting for rain here in So Cal with 'chilly temperatures' in the high 50s rather than our usual temps of 65-70 degrees.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  4. Hi Sandy,
    Your photographs are fabulous. That ice has so many textures and patterns, almost like a rooftop. The blues add to its cold feel! We photographers don't mind braving the elements though, when we can capture this kind of beauty!
    Beverly

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  5. cool textures on the little pond... I dont like it so COLD however... I am glad to be livig in the south ... and its been way too COLD here too!

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  6. wonderful patterns in ice. reminds me of snowflakes. art in nature is astoundingly beautiful.

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  7. Hi Sandy!
    The photos look beautiful, they look like paintings! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I am glad that is not my local pond, but that is such a wild look. It is like a series of brush strokes.

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  9. wow! that is so amazing!It looks like the surface of a glacier!

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  10. Beautiful. It almost has a tinge of blue color. Now this is true art. Wonderful shot. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Anonymous9:43 PM

    wow - that is an amazing shot! the layer of the crust. Well done.

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  12. That is really pretty but I don't think I'd try to walk on it just yet. :)

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  13. oh no, it looks so cold brrrrrrrrrr....

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  14. it looks like a borken glass, more days of snow and it's ready for the ice skaters. :)
    SW#13:Sleeping Child

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  15. Wonderful natural compositions!
    Great shots, Sandy.

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  16. Amazing captures, those fibers. They look like feathers ... tickling the imagination!

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  17. The lines and texture of the lake is pretty amazing during the transformation :)
    Have a good week ahead Sandy!!

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  18. Lovely picture. Frozen beauty

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  19. Nature is such a brilliant artist.

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  20. the second shot looks like broken glasses. beautiful1 come visit my entry too

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  21. I can only imagine the cold. Hope you are keeping warm. Living in the tropics, it's hard for us to understand how cold it can get. :P

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  22. Thanks for your lovely comment on Llyod's blog.
    Today it's storming here in Southern California but loving the freezing weather. A predictin that there will be snow soon. Don't have pond around the house like yours but just having a few drops of snow is going to be wonderful. We needed rain so badly. It's starting to look like White Christmas.

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  23. Beautiful.

    It was in the 70's yesterday, and it will barely be above freezing today. Brrrrr.

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  24. wow fantastic this is really awsome, veryu welldone, I show some frost on my blog here: www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

    greetings from JoAnn

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  25. Its good to see beauty in everything!

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  26. amazing photo's, i can see the detail of the ice patterns

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  27. Anonymous4:05 PM

    harsh cold it is for us indeed!

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  28. Wow, it looked beautifully designed by mother nature.

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  29. Beautiful icy blue! Brrr! I love the texture of the ice.

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  30. Anonymous2:56 AM

    Oh what a lovely icy photograph! When thid happned in our lake, we skate! Beautiful!

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  31. Love the patterns it makes! It is very cold here all week. Since the snow jsut blows away maybe I should go check the river.

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  32. Close to frozen. But oh the spaces.

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  33. oh WOW! CLOSE to frozen? LOL
    congrats on Post of the Day mention!
    Sandi

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  34. I couldn't imagine how cold that day was.

    The first shot looks like wings put together.

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