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Decorative Ice

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8 Responses to “Decorative Ice”

    • Paul Maxim

      Thanks, Tom. In all honesty, I had to “look twice”, too. I didn’t see it when I took the picture. All I was trying to do was get the camera down to the same level as the railing. But when it appeared on the computer screen I kind of did a doubletake. There’s a bit of an illusion there……..

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  1. Earl

    For all the tracks in the snow, there must be a good bit of foot traffic — even with the cold and wind off the lake. I did the double take on that horizon as well.

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    • Paul Maxim

      Yeah, piers are like magnets, aren’t they? Even in the winter time. And the fishermen don’t seem to care about the cold. I took my pictures and went home – to where it was warm!

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  2. Cedric Canard

    This is a beautiful photo of a captivating scene; those clouds look rather forbidding, in contrast to the warm light in the foreground. Perfect composition.

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    • Paul Maxim

      Thanks, Cedric. I’ve managed to capture lake effect clouds building offshore a couple of times now. It’s a simple phenomenon, but fascinating no matter how often you see it. Eventually, the clouds (and snow) moved inland. So much for the sunshine……..

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    • Paul Maxim

      Thanks, John. Actually, the “dramatic clouds” are rare around here in the winter. The normal sky is just a uniform, dull, ugly gray. And the ground ain’t much better……….

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