3.02.2010

Crystalline Nature


apparently fragile
nevertheless
we simply
change
form
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74 comments:

  1. They are absolutely gorgeous tammie.

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  2. these are excellent macros...really shows the beautiful textures! great photos!

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  3. So delicate! Just gorgeous... glad to see you haven't given up yet on finding winter's beauty...

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  4. Wow, Tammie Lee, those pics are stunning.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  5. Beautiful captures of Nature's fragile art form.Love your words!

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  6. The textures are outstanding! What great macro!

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  7. Wonderfully put, and beautiful photos! Thanks for being my first blog comment!!!

    Yes, I love not having the responsibilities of a first dog, I haven't even walked it yet!

    I am sitting here sweating through this hot summer while you take beautiful pictures in the cold-how amazing that we can have such different experiences simultaneously! Hope all is well.

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  8. Oh my, Tammie, these are gorgeous!!!

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  9. Impossible delicate beauty. Fantastic, Tammie....Thank you.

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  10. Excellant captures of the ice crystals!

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  11. You have captured the delicate nature of these ice crystals so beautifully!

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  12. Beautiful. Simply, impossibly beautiful. Wow.

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  13. Works of art!
    Gorgeous.
    Namaste,
    Sherry

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  14. Wow, a different shot of water. Nice!

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  15. There's something so magical about ice crystals... so pretty!

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  16. So delicate and beautiful!

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  17. Amazing details. I love your crystal shots!

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  18. Every time I look at your blog I find I myself commenting out loud (okay, that's right, I talk to myself!). Your photos and words are always so breathtaking Tammie.

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  19. Wonderful pictures and crystals, Tammie!

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  20. I love all the different shapes icecrystals make. great capture!

    /Christina, Sweden

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  21. Wonderful ice-art and -shots!!!
    Happy Watery Wednesday..Luna

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  22. Beautiful! Looks like ice leaves on ice trees within an ice forest.

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  23. If you were my student in photography...you'd most definitely get an A+ on these photos!!

    My Wednesday photo is a BROWN PELICAN at the marina [I also have another photo, by link, of the same pelican that is much better...a close up on my photo blog].

    COME SEE THE BIRD!

    Hope your Wednesday is treating you well.

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  24. So beautiful! Macro's certainly show us wondrous things in nature and these are fantastic macro's.

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  25. Mega-beautiful!!! This has to be one of my faves now..! Like out of a magical storybook!Gorgeous wrok as always..this is brilliant.
    Kiki~

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  26. How delicate! Those photos look like wedding cake decorations! Beautiful!

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  27. wow, very beautiful. Great photos:)
    Happy watery wednesday!

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  28. ~a wee bit of nature envy...what a blessings to be in a place that holds such exquisite beauty...basolutely gorgeous...just l♥ve when you share such images...brightest blessings~

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  29. That's it in a nutshell. Tammie, I have no better words to describe the beauty of these photos. They are, once again, breathtaking.

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  30. These are great captures as are the ones below.

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  31. Stunning little pieces of nature's artwork! And amazing photography! Theresa

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  32. LOvely images and so suitable words!!!

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  33. These macros are absolutely fantastic!

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  34. Very captivating. A kind of "super macro" you pulled of here.

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  35. Oh my, those are gorgeous! :)

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  36. Well, what to say at nearly a quarter to five in the morning, coming upon this sight, unique as beauty can ever be, unique as life should ever be.
    Please have a wonderful Thursday.

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  37. Tammie, I am sooo happy that I've finally found my way here. It's been too long. Your blog really puts me in a peaceful place.
    Your photography is so wonderful I got to thinking you are probably famous...are you? You should be. I love it here so does my husband...hug, hug

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  38. Such intricate beauty is life. As always, amazing photography and captivating poetry. Blessings. Love and Light, Nina P

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  39. Hello Tammie, First time to visit here and after having a look around I conclude that your images are such exquisite works of art, along with your beautifully written words. Wow. ~Lili

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  40. Oh my goodness, this is very stunning! Have a wonderful day :)

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  41. Hi Tammie thanks for you sweet mail and picture. It was a nice gift.
    Again I love these images. yet long for sping ones...;-)

    Also many thanks for your uplifting words while I was sick.
    Hugs Dagmar

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  42. Your text sent chills up my spine. Rivals the Tao Te Ching in simplicity, beauty and truth.

    Perfect Tammie.

    Son

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  43. So Beautiful !!

    ~ Be Blessed ~

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  44. Very beautiful and precious images.
    These ice forms look like glass leaves, they are incredible!:)
    Where do find magic like this?
    I am intrigued, Tammie, by your stunning nature photos.
    Love.
    Jo.x

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  45. Tammie, I would like to know how you get those great shots. Your are the ice shooter queen.

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  46. Tammie, These ice shots are just amazing.

    I've also nominated you for a Sunshine Blog Award, you can pick it up over on my blog here: http://Acappuccinoaday.blogspot.com

    You've got an awesome, and entertaining blog! I realize you may be a badge free blog, but I still wanted to nominate you, as I think you have such a wonderful talent.

    Sandra

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  47. Powerful, sparing words & images. Well done.


    Aloha, my Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  48. so delicate
    my breath could vaporize it . . .
    but seeing this
    leaves me breathless

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  49. How do you capture such exquisite detail? Absolutely amazing. Bet you're looking forward to warmer days, though!! Thanks for visiting mine!

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  50. Tammie, such great photography! You never fail us!

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  51. Lovely shots - you alwasy manage to find beauty in the tiniest things.

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  52. Hi Tammie.

    I hope we transmute from a crystalline winter world to a spring like wonderland. I'm looking forward to planting my garden.

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  53. your images look like paintings. beautiful.

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  54. ice water steam...one and the same (comforting when somebody you love dies)

    kizkiz
    yvette

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  55. This is like a delicate lace. I never noticed before, I was just shivering in winter.

    We don't get snow in Auckland. Have to go up to the mountains.

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  56. Unreal images, lovely slip of a poem.

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  57. Transparència al bell mig de la simplicitat, on la mirada dels ulls gobernen l'Espérit.


    Thank you.
    Kisses.

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  58. Cool, crisp, refreshingly beautiful!

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  59. Such LOVELY icy views ... so delicate and beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  60. So true! Those ferny ice crystals are so amazing, Tammie.

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  61. Utterly astonishingly beautiful Tammie Lee! A joy to see! ;>)

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  62. I love these...it reminds me of when we grew crystals in science class

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  63. Your poem is a masterpiece. I am awed into silence and then I laugh in joy at the possibilities. Beautiful.

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  64. Like fine crystal, these are art photos to collect. Gorgeous!

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  65. I love the simplicity/complexity of this piece.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie