Just another (Gr)Egghead trying to get it in focus
What an impressive photo !
This contrast is reaching the level of great Joke
Ha ha ha! (Thank you for your nice words about the photo.)
I. Love. This.
Thank you, Carissa. I’m so glad you do!
Now we know what happened the Space pirate’s other eye..
I can see you have barely covered the surface of this series. Looking forward to the next instalment.
Yes! Here it is!
Thank you for hanging in there with my never-ending ice series.
Good! I’m glad you find it so.
Very much so.
Wow, your frozen series just keeps on being amazing! I LOVE this one, it’s a whole galaxy, plus tube.
Thank you, Carolyn, for your nice words. I’m really so glad you like this one.
I’ve heard stories about people using reed stems to breathe under water, but I hope the poor devil made it out before the water froze!
Yes, I hope so, too!
i agree with Yoshizen “great joke”) as I immediately thought of a Milano Pirouette cookie exploding from (or diving into) a star burst and giggles were my first response. It’s alive!
Ha ha ha! That’s hilarious! I’ll never see this photograph in the same way again.
They’re just getting better and better! Love this. Isn’t Mother Nature awesome? Silly me, I wanna go in there and add some drops of colors here and there on the little white bubbles.
Thank you, Miss Maura. Feel free to download and add color.
Wow…very cool shot, I love it. I have a love of ice and we haven’t seen enough of it this year for my liking….so thanks
Thank you! Things are just chilling down here really, so maybe you’ll have more ice your way, too? Glad you’re enjoying the ice shots. Thanks so much for dropping in.
Incredible. Just incredible. I’m shaking my old head here. A magic universe with a perfectly earthbound reed right in the middle. How on earth did you find it? I am amazed by every new one of these. And, the colors delight me. I’m happy that you don’t convert these. Color renders them real and accessible.
I like the color, too. Sometimes people have thought a couple of the images were in black and white, when in fact they’ve been in color… There will be just a hint of blue or red in the very depths of the water. The image I will post today, for example, is actually in color, but there is just a tiny spark of red. The reed in this image was easy to find. I often lie on the surface of the pond, and can see things breaking through the surface that way. I made my way over to this reed, and was delighted by what I found. I’m glad you like it, too.
It really does look like a cosmic joke. Another beautiful shot!
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