It takes a special skill to get covered in so much sand when most of the ground is covered in ice…
This picture doesn’t quite look how I’d hoped it would… I think it is a bit difficult to make out what you’re seeing. That big chunk of ice in the foreground was previously attached to the cliff-face, underneath the higher up chunk of ice.
This wouldn’t have happened if you’d just listened to me.
I don’t say “be careful” just to hear the sound of my own voice!
I enjoy taking macro photos. I like to zoom right in on the fine details, the things that many people would overlook. Like the texture of these little icy flakes on this roundabout seat at the park.
I’ve taken a picture of this view before. This version has a bit more colour to it. Less mist. Less snow, but more ice – in this picture the water either side of the rock wall is frozen, whereas it was still liquid in the earlier version.
Ice can be very pretty. It has such an interesting structure. This particular picture is actually of the gaps in an almost completely snow-covered drain cover. I took a picture when I noticed how clearly the crystalline structure of the snow can be seen as it tries to stretch across and breach the gap.