Just another (Gr)Egghead trying to get it in focus
very cool discovery
Thank you! I appreciate your comment and visit.
Every one of these is unbelievable. Such incredible beauty just beneath the surface of the pond. A hidden world of wonders. The colors appeal to me as much as the details and fantastic shapes. Such warmth in such a frozen microcosm. I love this whole series!
Thank you, George. It just seems endless, what this pond has to offer. It kind of becomes an obsession. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the series.
This is awesome!
I really love this series, Melanie…awesome and inspiring photos….
I could see these on a gallery wall. Beautiful colors. Everything!
Wow, what a very kind thing to say, Elisa! Thank you!
It is yet another wonder of the nature amazingly captured by you.
Wonder, because we still do know so little of nature’s mechanism.
—– another wonder to me is, the same muddy bottomed pond
has such clear pebbled bottom as well. => Does the pond got
fresh water inlet or water spring ?
So many wonderful things in this lovely pond. I’m completely perplexed by how this little mini snow-globe formed itself. I can’t wrap my head around how it could be possible.
This pond is actually the size of a lake. In Maine, they refer to refer to it as a pond because of its shallow depth (compared to a lake). And this pond does have a spring flowing into (somewhere… I’m not sure where, though). This explains many of the bubbles beneath its surface, and yes, the clear pebbled bottom , but not this miniature snow globe on top!
I’ve seen stuff and I’ve seen other stuff – but I’ve never seen something quite like this before. I will definitely have to keep my eyes open more in future. Thanks for the awakening.
Thanks for this great comment. I’m going to be on the lookout for more of these little snow globes, too. I just can’t figure out how such a thing could have developed!
N-ice! This is a wonderful series, Melanie!
Thank you, Tobias. I enjoyed your recent explorations “beyond” the pond.
I saw a perfectly clear window through the ice last weekend where you could see straight to the bottom, and it made me think of your photos.
Nice! Did you take a shot?!
Yes, I think I did. I’m sure it will appear in some post, somewhere!
So glad you like it, Sarah.
Such incredibly beautiful captures…….takes patience to find mother nature’s surprises and you’ve got it. Lovely.
That’s such a kind comment, Pam,thank you.
Fabulous. You have struck gold in your ice photos. They almost make me like winter, until I look out the window.
Thank you, Lynn. You know, I’ve never been a fan of cold weather (having grown up in the south), but now I’m always looking forward to icy weather.
Warm colors and ice-LOVE it.
I find it to be a captivating sort of combination, too–the warm colors with the ice. I’m glad you like it!
Thank you, Maralee!
Again, another beautiful photograph. The colors and composition are wonderful!
It’s like a wonderful display cabinet – as always with your shots, you make me think about things I wouldn’t normally notice. I really want to know what those little red bits are.
Thank you, Richard. I’m curious about those red bits, too.
The vertical bits suggest towers “peaking out” like a submerged city. Beautiful composition.
Oh, wow! I like that idea! I’m also very glad you like the composition.
These shots from the pond are just amazing. Love this one.
Thank you. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the series.
It seems a kind of jewel! Beautiful!
Thank you, Hyunjin. I appreciate your visit and comment.
This is outstanding.
I totally agree wqith the comment above, it looks like a jewel.
Love the colors.
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