1.24.2012

Winters Eye Candy



winter's breath of icy cold
brings life to faceted ice bestowed
a gift for all whom get to see
the icy lake surface
and pebbles whom bed below

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49 comments:

  1. Beautiful!!! So nice colour in the stone, and the ice gives a great images.
    Wonderful poem also!
    Have a nice week to you Tammie.
    From Hilda

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  2. Superb captures and the perfect words! I love the colors! Can almost hear the water! Hope you have a lovely evening, Tammie!

    Sylvia

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  3. Soooo sweet, and what can be more sweet than this?? Nothing, but the nature like you have put it..

    I adore your first and third picture here! So calm, dreaming and sweet..! :)

    Nice week to you! :)

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  4. So restful. So beautiful. And somehow, so warming.

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  5. Such delicate frozen treats. I wonder what the ice would say if it could write in those speech bubbles?

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  6. hello every one~

    @ Walk in the woods: the beauty of icy winter warms me too!

    @ Arija: perhaps has a personal message for each of us, how ever we are touched or moved as we look at it and sense it's nature and beauty.

    lovely evening one and all.

    Tammie

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  7. Frozen delights for the eye. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  8. ...my sunburnt home ~ earthy ~ autumnal pallette ~ snap crackle blue ~ aqua mist ~ a journey ~ word weaver ~ thru' the looking glass cold ~ ice dance...

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  9. These are spectacular photos.
    I love what ice does on rivers and streams.
    And your river rocks there are so beautiful.
    Nicely done.
    :-)))

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  10. Been frolicking through your winter wonderland of photos! Absolute magic!!!!

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  11. Icy jewels ... definitely winter's eye candy!!!

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  12. I love these shots. These are amazing! I agree with Clytie. Icy jewels!

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  13. They're all beautiful, but I especially love the last one with the deep colour in the water beneath the ice.

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  14. The colors in your frozen river beds always amaze me: so refreshing!

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  15. Of course the stones are always a favorite, but those triangle prisms are special,too.I wonder why your river stones are so colorful and unique? I've not seen the same anywhere else.

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  16. The rocks below the ice are gorgeous. Your macro of the ice surface is amazing. Thank you for sharing this beauty with us.

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  17. Beautiful,Tammie. The ice is a terrific added addition. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  18. The rocks here are not that colorful or maybe I have not found them yet. Your photos are wonderful as always.

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  19. hi everyone,
    love having you stop by!

    I think our colorful rocks are limestone, different ages.... I will have to find out again.

    these rocks are in a lake, but yes we have them in rivers and creeks, fields..... love them, yum! So glad you do too!

    Tammie

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  20. The stones become so beautifully coloured as they rest in the water! Fascinating, enchanting photos!

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  21. I like very much stones, usually I'm looking for and save them.My lucky stone is black, "onice nerA".

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  22. What tiny miracles of ice! Lovely lovely lovely.

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  23. All of them delightful but the second one is like drops of magic!

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  24. Beautiful, beautiful colours :)

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  25. oh my, this bottom pic... those blues and browns. the ice crystals... xoxo

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  26. Oh my gosh, these are incredible!! So artistically captured.

    My Wednesday post: UNDER THE SEA

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  27. Beautiful !
    I've got to come here for my ice fix Tammie.
    There's a rumour that we may get a cold snap in February.I hope so, I have withdrawal symptoms.

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  28. Wonderfull colors. Great Tammie

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  29. Lovely and relaxing pictures, and along with a well written poem it's a kind of therapy :-)
    Rune

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  30. Dear Tammie, You share such breathtakingly beautiful images of winters play on water. The colors and textures are truly amazing. Lovely words too.

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  31. Beautiful images, excellent photographs!

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  32. Wow, Tammie, those are amazingly beautiful photos. The beautiful colors of the rocks with the icy crystals on top are just lovely. Mickie ;)

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  33. Beautiful ice-shots ! and...as ususal a wonderful text!

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  34. Love the colors and icy details!

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  35. Absolutely breathtaking, Tammie. I am always mesmerized by your gorgeous photos.

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  36. TL - eye candy indeed - always love the stones in your lake - frozen or not. Go well. B

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  37. Absolutely gorgeous colors and details.

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  38. Oh that last image is so amazing....

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  39. I am always left marvelling at the sumptuous patterns left by Jack frost. Beautiful shots Tammie.

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  40. Interesting photos. Thank you.

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  41. The fingers of winter paint such lovely jeweled facets of sparkle over those bright stones.

    I am, as always, so inspired by your photography and poetry. You are not only an artist, but an incredibly talented writer.

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  42. Incredible photos. I love the imagery of pebbles snuggling up in their watery bed! Wishing you well Tammie!

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  43. Hi Tammie
    Wonderful shots, very special!
    Many greetings and have a nice rest of the week!
    Yvonne & Raphael

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  44. I've seen the photos below so I know what this is... but here they look like tiny geysers that have blown and frozen immediately as the water has hit the freezing air temperatures.

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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