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Snow, more snow, and ice
Lens: Tamron 90 f2.8 macro, Pentax 35mm 2.4 Camera: K5 Photo Location: the woods of South Algonquin Ontario 
Posted By: tessfully, 02-10-2013, 06:08 PM

I hope everyone is not sick of snow and ice shots! We have at least 6 more weeks of winter here

I put together this series of photos because I thought there was something special about the snow and ice in each one. Thank you for having a look!


Looking down a rabbit hole





A rabbits point of view






Sun streaking through a small stand of trees





Kenzie admires the play of curves and shadows





Snow, up close





Rusty wheel in the woods





Snow blowing off the trees


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Nice series Tess.I'm just about snowed out.In 3 weeks I'll be posting Fl. pics.--charliezap
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Very nice Tess!
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Beautifully done TYes. Love the 5th one! JIM

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That is a wonderful collection Tess!
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Beautiful series of images.
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I never tire of the snow scenes, tess (especially when I can view them from a warm place) and, since I'm a chemist, I exult in the beauty of crystallization patterns - even if the substance is simply H2O.

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Nice series Tess.I'm just about snowed out.In 3 weeks I'll be posting Fl. pics.--charliezap
Thanks for having a look Charlie! I bet you can't wait to get out of Dodge! I look forward to your hot weather shots


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Very nice Tess!
Thank you Marcus!


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Beautifully done TYes. Love the 5th one! JIM

Thanks so much Jim Exposure and focus on close-up snow shots is so difficult. I had to get very wet and cold to end up with one that was good enough to share.

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That is a wonderful collection Tess!
Thank you volley!

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Beautiful series of images.
Thanks so much Den

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I never tire of the snow scenes, tess (especially when I can view them from a warm place) and, since I'm a chemist, I exult in the beauty of crystallization patterns - even if the substance is simply H2O.

Jer
I always appreciate your comments so much Jer... thank you!

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Love the images showing how delicate and intricate snow flakes are.
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Marvelous series, Tess. I hate snow with a passion, however it is quite picturesque and at time very serene.
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Guess I'll have to live vicariously through you, Tess. No snow here. You certainly posted some wonderful images here. The ice formations are beautiful and you caught some amazing light and shadows with that forest shot! All are exquisite winter captured that I really enjoyed! Thanks for sharing.
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Always - beautiful from you!
You are always so kind Lauren! Thank you

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Love the images showing how delicate and intricate snow flakes are.
Thank you Dice!

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Marvelous series, Tess. I hate snow with a passion, however it is quite picturesque and at time very serene.
Thank you so much gjtoth... I love winter, the coldest days produce the most beautiful images.

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Guess I'll have to live vicariously through you, Tess. No snow here. You certainly posted some wonderful images here. The ice formations are beautiful and you caught some amazing light and shadows with that forest shot! All are exquisite winter captured that I really enjoyed! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much Lori. I was hoping the forest scenes could show how serene it felt to be there. I am glad you liked them
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that rabbit hole photo is wonderful Tess, put a frame on it and I bet that sells right away. When I saw the title of rusty wheel, made me think I was going to see a photo of Norm trying to keep up with you during a snowstorm. All wonderful photos, I enjoyed the view. Bob
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Beautiful shots, Tess... I really like the details on the first one, I've never had much luck catching hoarfrost crystals.

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