3.05.2013

Stepping into a Magical Realm


stepping into a magical realm


find wings of ice
frozen in time


where light does dance
and colors do shine


inspiration for a hearts delight

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50 comments:

  1. They are gorgeous Tammie. I would love you to be here to photograph right now. We are draped in mist and droplets of water both early morning and late evening. I wonder what magic you would find.

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  2. I see that nature is a source of inspiration for you, Tammie.
    Have a good one.

    Tomás

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  3. hi Charlotte,
    your misty world sounds beautiful.

    yes Tomas, nature is a source of inspiration and also a spirit helper ;-)

    thank you both for your kind visits.

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  4. Your photos are therapeutic ...
    There is so much beauty in this place.
    Tammie, thanks for at the Magic Kingdom ...
    Exceptional friend!
    A kiss!

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  5. Phenomenal! In all senses of the word... these are amazing!

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  6. Oh my word! That is so beautiful and magical!
    I rarely get to see anything like that ... most of the ice I see is only in my tea. Good but not magical ... nor beautiful!

    Really exquisite Tammie!

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  7. Tammie Lee, these are just gorgeous. The last one looks like a crystal dragonfly. Stunning macros.

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  8. When you put it like this, it makes me kind of like... hate winter less! :D

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  9. Wow, stunning shots! The last one looks like a butterfly.

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  10. Beautiful, Tammie!! And, I just have to say, for the record, that for some immense and important reason, seeing your beautiful face in a post or so ago, or was that on FB, I can SEE these differently... isn't that ODD? Well, like I have more of a frame/reference or some strange thing that just makes me KNOW you a little more. Anyway, I enjoyed that revelation!

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  11. I love these macro shots. So lovely. And thanks for the kind words on my blog - a D90 is on my want list, for sure.

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  12. OHHH the beauty!! and macro!!

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  13. A fern garden and icy butterfly! . . . You do live in a magical universe.

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  14. Such beauty captured in dancing light those dainty "wings of ice" like fluttering creatures resting awhile on shimmering stems.
    You show us a world that makes us stop and hold our breath at the sheer loveliness of it all! Thank you!

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  15. It's fantastic! I am impressed with your works! Thank you. :)

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  16. ...pure magic! ~ thankyoU Tammie! ~ your capture of the snow queen's spirit is way beautiful! ~ blessed be! ~ dear kindred heart!...(o:

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  17. TL - these extreme small and beautiful fragments can only ne found by someone with your very skilled and conscious vision.; and to capture such delicate crystal fragility - you are magic. Thank you so much for capturing and for sharing. My day is richer for it. B

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  18. beautiful shapes!! and so delicate!

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  19. Absolutely exquisite ~
    Found you on POTW.

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  20. A magical realm indeed.... beautiful.xxx

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  21. while i am no fan of cold .. i am wishing we had it cold enough to get such shots .. awesome .. and a well deserved congrats on a POTW

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  22. Wow - what exquisite shots! Truly stunning.

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  23. Vraiment de merveilleuses photos...
    Dame nature est une talentueuse créatrice.
    gros bisous

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  24. It's always so magical here. Thank you Tammie

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  25. breathtakingly beautiful photos. Glad I came from Post of the Week. Congratulations, Oma LInda

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  26. Your winter Montana scenes are magical, Tammie. I need to forget about flyfishing one and visit in snow season. (Though once on July 4th I did get caught in a snowstorm in the Big Hole Valley...:)

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  27. I've never seen ice do that before - gorgeous!

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  28. What can I say! stunning photos taking my breath away! =)
    how lovely your photos and the nature at your place is! and in the light of the sun! :)

    I enjoyed them all and many lovely photos below also! :)

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  29. You do a great job of capturing the magic with your camera, Tammie. As much as I for spring, I can't get enough of your winter beauty.

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  30. just beautiful! congrats on your potw!

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  31. amazing images Tammie... I've never seen ice form in this way... you always find the magic:-)

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  32. amazing images Tammie... I've never seen ice form in this way... you always find the magic:-)

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  33. HOW AMAZING!! Unbelievable that you could capture these in such vivid detail.

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  34. Fabulous Tammie, wouldn't it be amazing if you could magically turn these into bracelets and necklaces. I bet the alchemists have already tried.

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  35. Yes, it is exactly like stepping into a magical realm! Like the wardrobe in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe - the first photo beckons you in and what you find there is a magical other-world!

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  36. Hello, Tammie Lee.

     Your heartwarming works fascinates my heart.

     Thank you for your kindness and support.
     And i pray for you and yours peace.

    Have a good week-end. From Japan, ruma❃

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  37. beautiful and looks like paper art :)

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  38. What lovely post!!!May the spirits be with you!:))big kiss!!))

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  39. that's so magical... love these ice stars!!

    hugs from
    isabella

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  40. Your photos mesmerize me. I am just starting to learn about macro photography, using a borrowed macro lens. I have new appreciation for the skill that it takes to make glorious works of art like yours.

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  41. What intricate beauty you reveal so poetically Tammie. A chilling . . . finest layer of perfection. Nature's minute wonders. Beautiful.

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  42. That is ridiculously awesome! It reminds me of leaf cutter ants on parade... but frozen

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  43. I found your beautiful blog through Barry. I've never seen ice stars in this way. Your pictures are absolutely breathtaking!

    I'll be back!
    Gaby xo

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  44. Some of these look like tiny ice butterflies! How incredibly lovely. Fill my eyes, they do.

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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