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Friday, December 21, 2012
Playing With Ice
Today was limited to indoor activities due to the pouring rain. I made a quick run outside during a break in the rain drops to grab an oak leaf. I tossed the leaf into a cake pan and froze it into a block of ice in the freezer. Later I took the block of ice and set it up onto the window ledge to photograph. Here are the results God's light and love to all, chris
Posted by Christhephotog at 5:29 PM
Labels: Canon, Canon 50D, freezer, ice, leaf, macro photography, oak leaf, photography, rain
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these are gorgeous photos! :)ReplyDelete
Mimi, Thank you very much for dropping in for a look and leaving a wonderful comment.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed looking at a couple of entries on your site. It helped me in choosing a birthday present for my wife.
How very creative you are ! These pictures are excellent :-)ReplyDelete
We had a light frost here the night before last and the first thing I did was grab my camera to get a picture. It is so rare here, I wanted to capture it.
Wishing you and your family a beautiful Christmas and a new year full of God's blessings.
Thank you Perfect Mind Storm, I see that you captured the frost very well! thank you for your comments. Have a Happy New Year full of god's blessings upon you and your family.Delete
I love it. They are simple but so beautiful. I'm happy 'cause I found your site.ReplyDelete
Best wishes from Germany :)
Thank you for dropping by DISI'S STUFF. I appreciate your comment.A Happy New Year to you in GermanyDelete
es interesante disfrutas de las diferentes figuras que se forman de la nieve cuando se ve microscopicamente.ReplyDelete