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N 16 B 2.1K C 2 E Nov 29, 2015 F Nov 30, 2015
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The ice will form and re-form for a while, always leaving a squiggle of reflected light at the edge. I love when I catch it in its infancy.

Thumb Lake, 29 November 2015.

Tags:   ice leaves water reflection Thumb Lake Michigan Olympus om-d e-m5

N 263 B 11.5K C 22 E Aug 2, 2015 F Aug 4, 2015
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Leave it to me to find ice in August. ;-)

Tags:   ice macro abstract

N 30 B 1.1K C 4 E Jul 31, 2015 F Aug 5, 2015
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Gotta get my ice fix somehow. Good thing I own a deli full of bargain basement coolers.

Tags:   ice macro abstract

N 43 B 2.3K C 18 E Apr 15, 2015 F May 3, 2015
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From one of my last visits to the ice this year, on Lake Michigan at the Petoskey breakwall. These few square inches show just how much is going on in the cracks between the acres of big ice.

The fishermen just thought I was...not right somehow.

Tags:   ice thaw spring Lake Michigan Petoskey bubbles Olympus e-m5 macro

N 13 B 2.8K C 2 E Apr 14, 2015 F Apr 21, 2015
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To be sure, any smooth body of water with reeds or pilings or dock lines in or near it can provide hours of delight for an obsessive like me. But nothing comes close to my fascination with what happens when you have ice in the water and it's the golden hour. Instead of a solid object's simple reflection, or one altered only by disturbance to the water, ice paints its reflection with the light passing through it. The reflected image is usually more beautiful than the thing itself.

(BTW, the name has a double meaning. Yes, it could be argued that I have an ice fetish. But it's also my way of teasing all the people who find my pictures--not at all what they were expecting--when they search phrases like "girls in waders." Ha!)

Tags:   reflection ice spring thaw water refraction Olympus e-m5 Glenwood Beach Michigan


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