Friday, March 02, 2007

More pics from Jersey - it was really cold out, as you can see. The beach was arctic and blowing, the lake area was balmy in comparison, as the wind was minimal. It was good, though, to get out with the camera and take a nice walk in the woods!


Blogger G said...

These are stunning photos, again! It's hard to choose a favorite. You have such an eye for line and composition. The first one to jump out at me is the middle ice sculpture-type on the black background; when I saw it, I thought, "you've got to be kidding me." It's beautiful. I really like the photos of the pier, too, for some reason. They're like the end of the earth! Thanks for posting these.

9:32 PM  
Blogger Cookala said...

wow,thank you so much, and thank you for visiting again. it's so rewarding to know that other people enjoy my photos. Your comments put a large smile on my face.

I'm real happy with the shots of the ice - it's not often I get to photograph it, so it's like an itch that won't go away until I do. Sunrises and fog are like that, too. The ice formations were amazing that day.

There was another shot I took of an arched ice bridge between two grassy banks about 16" apart - it's one of the coolest things I've seen in awhile. It was impossible to get in a good position to really show the arch and the translucence of it because there was water all around it and trees in the way. I still took a few shots anyway. I'll probably never see an ice bidge like that again. Will be posting that soon.

12:51 AM  

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