Ice Abstracts: Series #5

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Take time to view each image and let your mind interpret what the eyes see. Let your imagination run wild.

Ice Abstracts: Series #4

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Take time to view each image and let your mind interpret what the eyes see. Let your imagination run wild.

Ice Abstracts: Series #3

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Take time to view each image and let your mind interpret what the eyes see. Let your imagination run wild.

Ice Abstracts: Series #2

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Take time to view each image and let your mind interpret what the eyes see. Let your imagination run wild.

Ice Abstracts: Series #1

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Take time to view each image and let your mind interpret what the eyes see. Let your imagination run wild.

Lines and Shapes

When I passed this location, I stopped, moved back and forth knowing there was a composition to be captured. I finally opted for a viewpoint that showed a jumble of lines and shapes. Also, I think the two posts in front create a bit of tension but, they do then lead the eye into the image to discover the other shapes.

Beyond the Bog

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There, beyond the crystal-like barrier, lies another reality.  A place of pine forests and broad leaf trees.  A place where one can walk on solid ground without fear of slipping silently in to the dark water.  Make it to the trees, there lies safety along the October Road.

In A Place Stranger Than The Last

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What seemed like a perfectly normal place is transformed by a shift of perspective and a twist of the camera.

Ice Hunter

As you may have noticed from previous posts, it’s that time of year when I turn my attention to things that are frozen.  Knowing that we have had high winds blowing across Lake Superior, I figured that there would be fresh ice to discover so off I went in search of new work.  My first stop was
Stoney Point, a favorite of many who travel up the north shore of Lake Superior.  I was rewarded with many small pockets of ice that formed wonderful abstract patterns.  I spent over two hours wandering around on the ledge rock photographing as many as I could before all my batteries succumbed to the cold.