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Uutela, Hekisnki Finland

Is there something boiling inside this ice-drop? I had already that idea, before I saw that Flickr tagged it as 'food', somehow related.

Curious to know what your first thought is ;-)

ODC ... stars ...

 

listen to Anouk

 

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The winter and the cold wave came to Switzerland.

 

With this picture I did not make it easy for me. At first I really could not decide which photo to put on flickr. I wrestled with myself, because I would like to present the most beautiful photo for my friends here. Secondly, the picture was made under very difficult external conditions, because it was really "bitterly cold". I could barely touch my hands after photographing and yet I wanted to get a nice photo of these beautiful ice crystals. I succeeded, more or less, because the background was not ideal for that. In addition, my faithful friend Roco had to wait for me and there I no longer want to start one try after another. This time I did not want to make any compromises with the warm colors of the picture, because the cold should be very touchable. I believe this has succeeded with this picture. I am fascinated by this "little work of art". Each little detail is a miracle of creation, because it was shaped by the elements of nature and radiates its brilliance as long as this nature allows.

I am grateful for these little things without which life would not be so beautiful and interesting.

Rejoice over the elements of nature.

Erwin

 

I thank you all for the interest and enthusiasm for my work here. I am happy about every comment from you and every time you like my pictures. Thank you very much for all the favorites and for watching my photos.

 

Small supplement of today:

The winter has caught up with me too, for I am terribly cold. Nevertheless, or just because of this, I am looking forward to every single word from you. Also, I always see in the little things, which makes the importance and beauty of life. Wish all of you a blessed time, without illness and with much love and joy. Hope you can all be in a nice warm place, because outside it is extremely cold here. Brrrrrr .....

 

....first there was darkness till i created the night, first there was darkness and darkness was right. darkness is moving into the light...

(lyrics: noa and gil dor)

an den Bodefällen - Braunlage / Harz / Germany

Winter blues

Ice jam on the Fraser River

Haney / Maple Ridge

BC

Canada

Sunset making beautiful colours in ice sculptures on the shore

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Seaside ice in the moonlight. Taken in Lauttasaari, Helsinki at the darkening of a cold day.

Eine kalte Nacht mit starken Frost und langsam sinkender Wasserstand haben Eiskreationen am Ufer entstehen lassen

Last weekend we had the big freeze with temperatures as low as -43C at Riverwood Saturday morning.

 

This weekend we're in the midst of a big melt. The high today was +4C.

 

It's been a crazy winter!

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Glacier Solheimajokul, Ísland

 

English :

A ride on the glacier Solheimajokul , In the South of Iceland. A place that hypnotizes all the photographers.

 

French :

Une randonnée sur le glacier Solheimajokul au Sud de l'Islande. Un lieu qui hypnotise tous les photographes.

 

informations 2 layers :

foreground : 20mm /ƒ/3.5 / 1/320s / 100 iso

sky : 20mm / ƒ/2.8 / 15sc / 300 iso

 

04 March 2016 07:15 PM GMT+0 Located country: Iceland "Ísland" / Place: Solheimajokul

Copyright Photography . 2016 . BECAVIN Edouard

Photo from Visby harbour, Gotland Sweden. Wintertime. Cold.....

It was a wonderful cold and sunny day, when I walked through a winter wonderland in my city.

 

Eisblumen

Es war ein wundervoller kalter und sonniger Tag, als ich durch ein Winterwunderland spazieren ging in meiner Stadt.

A moody sea view with loads of seaside ice taken on a cloudy day after sunset in Lauttasaari, Helsinki.

sculptured by snow and ice

A 25ft Ice formation found at Ouray Ice Park in Ouray, Colorado.

 

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Kåfjord, Alta, Finnmark, North of Norway

Whooper swan

Hokkaido, Japan

  

Detail of a jagged glacier at Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.

 

Taken after an ice storm.

Iceland, Vatnajökull

largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and one of the largest in area in Europe.

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Last years trip to Grand Island. I had around 30 pictures that had been saved to a laptop that crashed. I was lucky enough to have a friend retrieve them for me recently Made my day, because, that was a great trip!

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20170129

Glacier Grey, Torres del Payne, Patagonia - Chile

I have recently had the opportunity to visit Colorado and spend some time shooting snowscapes. This is a capture of the wall of ice that many climbers love to climb on. Some of the structures there are too fragile to ascend so are thankfully left untouched. I thought that shooting in the middle of winter would be fun but I realized after 4 days that I still enjoy living in Southern California. Some of the days the temperatures reached 8 degrees and no matter how many layers of clothes you wear you still have to pull your hands out of the gloves and even though those are only momentary exposures to the cold just a few moments out of your gloves requires many minutes back in to warm up. Unfortunately your hands are outside more than they are inside and thats where the problem lays.

 

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Glacier-style blue ice is in the straits of Mackinac - a combination of temperatures, the current, and wind pushed large jagged piles of ice toward the shore.

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