Saturday, March 04, 2006

Snow Play

The snow has done some interesting things as it starts to melt. Here are three examples. The first photo is of snow on a post that has melted into the shape of some sort of animal lying on top of the post.



Next you can see the results of a setting sun putting light on a rabbit track that is about 36 hours old.



And the last photo is of frost crystals hanging onto some grass in a snowbank. (Églantine lay down on the snow to take this photo. Ontario Wanderer is not quite keen enough to do that, yet.)

7 comments:

threecollie said...

Such a very beautiful photo must be worth the cold

pablo said...

A beautiful bit of photography, that ice crystal photo!

Rexroth's Daughter said...

The snow and ice are still so beautiful to photograph, even in their decline.

Endment said...

Lovely photography...


O-o-o-o-o-o it must be c-o-l-d

clairesgarden said...

wow, thats a take your breath away photograph, fuji macro is the best!!

T. Beth said...

That top photo looks a bit like a whale. :-)

Ontario Wanderer said...

3C, In general I like the cold more than the heat although either extream is bothersome.

P, Thanks, I am still trying to catch up with Églantine's photo skills.

RD, Thanks.

E, Thanks, the cold is not bad now.

CG, Yes, we are enjoying the Fugi macro and supermacro too.

T.B, I've not seen too many whales and that is not what first came to my mind.