Just another (Gr)Egghead trying to get it in focus
Anotherone I like it!!!
You’ve been nominated!
Great, great, great! Your Photos are really wonderful!
Thank you very much for your kind words, and for your visit! I enjoyed dropping by your blog today, too!
Oh Miss Melanie…errrrr…I mean…Miss Lemony!! LOL…your photography is pawsome…we all luvluvluv it and will send this blog on to our good friend, my former vet, who just retired and is longing to connect with bloggers who are working with photography…her name is Josie Thompson Fike…hope she finds you…paw pats, Savannah and Mom Linda
Hi, Savvy (and Linda )! Thank you so much for dropping by and for your nice words. It’s so great to see you here! I’ll hope to have the chance to connect with your friend and will be on the lookout for her. I’ll be back over to Lemony Squeezes in the next day or two with a video from my visit to HOKAFI yesterday. I’ll stop by, too, to see what you’ve been up to.
I don’t thnk I’ve ever seen anything like this. What a strange way for bubbles to form and freeze.
There are lots of sections of the pond that look like this. They look even more interesting close up. Each individual bubble has such a fascinating shape.
I come across so many different bubble formations on the pond. I’m beginning to wonder if there is something unique about this pond or if I would encounter similar kinds of bubbles elsewhere.
Air pushing up but trapped… Beautiful.
Yes, it’s so strange and interesting to see the air trapped that way. It just didn’t quite make it to the top in time before the freeze.
You’ve been playing detective in your wonderland, Melanie…such great shots you’ve been finding….
Texture ! All natural. Loving this series.
I wished that this one was a bit clearer and actually almost didn’t post it, but decided that it offered a different view of the ice bubbles than what I had already shown, so it was worth it for that reason. The natural textures available on the pond seem endless.
Isn’t it so fascinating that something completely frozen can create such an illusion?
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