1.20.2012

Icy Pillars Form and Fall


ice 
like diamonds dripping from a ladies hand
drips and forms from natures graceful limb
awesome pillars form and fall
reflections call my eyes 
which are enthralled
nature's grace once again
wins my heart with it's artful show
~







43 comments:

  1. Triple reflections, icy udder stalactites and quite simply: wonders of nature.

    I have no idea how you could tear yourself away as these wonders were growing before your eyes, I could not have . . .

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  2. Tammie, Beautiful photos--I love the reflection of the ice in the water in the first photo. And, your poem is lovely. An exquisite post!!!! Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

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  3. Beautiful poem,nature can create fantastic jewelleries and fascinate us!

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  4. Lovely Tammie, I'd hoped to have uploaded ice sculptures by now but it looks like it's not meant to be this year. Seems odd after our prolonged freeze down last year.

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  5. These are fabulous Tammie, I have never seen anything like it. gorgeous. hugs.

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  6. ...sO beautiful! ~ and cold! ~ the last image seems to have the impression of big juicy heart hugs! ~ beautiful prose! ~ thankyoU tammie-lee for another amazing round of your photographic passions! ~ it would have been a very brave yoU ~ to get in amongst the snow queen's antics! ~ warm sunshiney hugs to yoU! ~ blessed be!...

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  7. Wins my heart with it's artful show. You say it so good. The winter with the ice and crystails are so beautiful.
    And your stone in the ice are so colourful!
    Have a lovely weekend to you.
    Hud from Hilda

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  8. Gorgeous, it's like a white lady dipping her fingers into the water to see what pattern she can make.

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  9. TL-beautiful images of the ice being fed by the water or vice versa. Thanks. B

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  10. Nice formation of the icy pillars, well captured :-)
    Rune

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  11. Ice is transient...much like our loves when we create our art. Blessings, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  12. Thank you, Tammie, for sharing this beauty! Everything in nature is harmonious... All I can do is to open my eyes wide and to exclaim!
    I like so much the reflections!

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  13. Wow wow wow - such amazing shots!

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  14. ~these are beautiful...i have been captivated by ice as of late too....we had an ice storm come through...a photographers dream!!! warm wishes and brightest blessings~

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  15. Beautifully captured, Tammie... both in pictures & in words! Wishing you a weekend filled with lovely reflections.

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  16. The photos are as beautiful as the words.

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  17. Such a wonderful comparison. Now I want to go string some beads!

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  18. wow! each one just gets better! awesome!

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  19. I was hoping you got some closer shots of these, Tammie. Miniature Stalactites.

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  20. Amazing!! The lovely light in the icedrops! and reflecting some blue colors.. and the beautiful stones below, on the deep of the water, also! :)

    Nice words- again! :)

    Lovely weekend to you! :)

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  21. Hi Tammy. I thought (from looking at a thumbnail in my blog reading list) that the first photo was of a hurricane lamp sitting on a glass-top table.

    Odd how the mind interpolates and seeks to own all that crosses its path.

    When I say beautiful hurricane lamp, that's my mind speaking, but when I say beautiful ice, that's my senses doing the talking.

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  22. I have never seen ice like this.
    It reminds me of stalactites.

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  23. Hello, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment.. you have beautiful photography here. I taught a workshop in Kalisbell (sp?) a year ago or so and it is beautiful there in Montana.

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  24. So amazingly beautiful!!!! Thank you for sharing these photos.

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  25. Beautiful Tammie! Fabulous forms and reflections. Thank you for sharing these icy stalactites-like pillars. The blues in your images are always magical. Thank you for your kind words too! Carol

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  26. That is sooooo beautiful!

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  27. Potent beauty!! Gorgeous post!

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  28. Incredible! Nature is amazing....

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  29. Gorgeous shots of these ice formations, Tammie.

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  30. Wonderful shots!! Very well composed!
    Warm greetings, Mirthe

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  31. Exquisite photos! Thanks for sharing the wonders of winter in the northlands to us in the south. What an amazing Creator we have!

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  32. dear Tammie,

    strong explanatory power! These are wonderful photographs ... every single spectacular. You have the right eyes, to find the true magic of nature in any season.

    a warm hug
    isabella

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  33. They are like little jeweled lamps, capturing the glowing light. I gasp when I see your pictures, my Friend. I see faces in the blue ice in that last photo.

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  34. Wonderful words and inspiring images! I love how you see the world, Tammie. Sending love and bright wishes your way. xx

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  35. This is so cool Tammie, no pun intended. A lovely post!

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  36. Ice pillars... is that the technical name for them? I call them creeksicles :)
    Love them!

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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