3.07.2010

Nature's Art



 

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84 comments:

  1. Gorgeous series..I love the second one..awe-inspiring!
    Kiki~

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  2. The flow and texture you capture are wonderful, Tammie. I can almost feel the icy current.

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  3. You manage to capture the most stunning textures and movement along with beautiful colors! Your photos also speak to the cold that is there in the water. Brrr! ;>)

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  4. As always, I am in awe, mesmirized by your wonderful capture of stone, water and ice.

    These exquisite photos fill my eyes. I just want to look and look at them.

    They are like a cup of cold water on a hot day, to the eyes.

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  5. Treasures!!


    Aloha from Hawaii my Friend-


    Comfort Spiral

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  6. Fascinating an amazing captures.

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  7. Wow.. these are just beautiful. You always find such wonder.

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  8. your eyes I treasure..(the things you see and give us)

    kizkizzzz

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  9. That 2nd one really makes me "dreamy"... beautiful!

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  10. A world of ice is a beautiful world.

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  11. Those are very beautiful, and well captured, too! I love the one which is an all over pattern best.

    But, ooooooh, so cold!

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  12. You know I adore your unique way of interpreting the beauties nature brings our way... now do you ever get cold fingers in the process? ;-)

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  13. An abundance of splendor. Mil gracias.

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  14. So many different patterns. I love the third photo! The rocks are pretty too.

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  15. Ice and water, two shots can never be the same. Wonderful!

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  16. Your shots are so very beautiful. Did you notice the heart(s) in the top one?

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  17. i like how you return to this theme again and again, as if every visit will be something new

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  18. this blows me away! SO beautiful!
    funny I also did a post with a simular title..:) love nature!
    peace and light

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  19. Is that inside an aquarium? That is very stunning shot. Thanks for sharing!

    The petal

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  20. WOW! Every time I see your posts I'm awestruck. Beautiful!

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  21. great Macros!!

    the second with the shadows and the trird are my favourites

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  22. Oh yeah! Very cool! Literally, lol. You made me feel cold while my eyes traveling the lines and popped the bubbles, lol

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  23. Your "capture" of nature in closeups is the best i've ever seen! Truly artistic!

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  24. These shots confirm that we shouldn't wish winter goodbye too quickly. What serendipity!

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  25. What a wonderful idea with you ice art photos. The light refraction in the second one is amazing. These are excellent macros and those from earlier posts too.

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  26. Beautiful series Tammie. My favorite is the second one because of the lovely colors.

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  27. What wonderful water shots. It must be magnificent to live in an environment where the water is this clear! I'm envious.

    Thanks for stopping by my place!

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  28. Beautiful!! i like the textures and colors.

    i really like your work!

    Un saludo
    Tati

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  29. Gorgeous photos Tammie!

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  30. Lovely captures you turn ice into art!

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  31. Nature's Art indeed and captured beautifully!
    Nice work Tammie!!!

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  32. Gorgeous ! it's amazing what results you sometimes get with a mocro shot !

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  33. beautiful!
    I am happy to announce that it is very spring like here this week! All is melting, and although it kind of smells, it is the smell of spring!

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  34. It's a wonder how creative the nature is and it is a skill to enjoy it :)

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  35. Beautiful Macros at your blog! Nice to comment and sorry about what happened with the e-mail.
    Bye,
    Serge

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  36. wow - what inspiration there is over here Tammie - your photos are just wonderful. You've got a great eye! So glad I found you through Macro Monday.

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  37. Beautiful Water shots. I've tried this but I don't think I have a good enough lens. It never turn out right.

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  38. Hi Tammie. I know it's a cliche to say that you can't improve on nature's designs ... but it's true.

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  39. What a lovely set of photographs!

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  40. Thank you for sharing the beauty you see... I loved these! :)
    Congrats on the POTW from Hilary, too! Love/ Jo.

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  41. Beautifully captured...wow!! Congrats on your POTW award.
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  42. Wow, those are remarkable photos. Thanks for sharing them with us, and congrats on Post of the Week.

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  43. What a gift for photography you have! These are breath-taking. Congratulations on POTW!

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  44. Wonderful photos. It's amazing what you can see when you freeze an instant like that. Congratulations on the potw mention.

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  45. Congrats on POTW mention from Hilary

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  46. I swear to you the first picture looks like you've captured some new life form! They're all marvelous, but I half expected that one to speak.

    Congratulations on the post of the week mention over at HIlary's, these are fabulous shots!

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  47. Just gorgeous Tammie!! Thank you!

    Kristy

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  48. I love the way you have captured whole worlds in the ice.

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  49. Wonderful photos, all of them, but that last one pulls me in the most. Beautiful textures, good eye!

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  50. A song for Ice.. so sweet.. kiss dear Tammie, by la Zia Artemisia

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  51. Tammie: Your colorful stones with the ice makes a neat display.

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  52. This is my first time visiting-- What a great introduction. Those photos are stunning. Thanks.

    And thanks for stopping bymy blog via Hilary's POTW. I really appreciate it.

    jj

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  53. Your are a poet with your camera, too.

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  54. Ditto to all the above! Love them!

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  55. those round ones, are they frog's eggs?

    I love the ice shanks. Such beautiful creation, and you photographed them well.

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  56. Thank you for sharing this beauty..sun from la palma

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  57. Hi Tammie,
    Just enjoying all the images and words of your last three posts. The ice images are so fascinating and I wonder that something as active as water can freeze mid flow as it has clearly done. The crystals in the post below are gorgeous!
    Janice.

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  58. They're all great , but I love the third one.

    ~ Be Blessed ~

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  59. Those are just simply delightful. My husband talked me out of a d70 this weekend, he said I wouldn't want to carry it around.

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  60. Breathtaking in the detail and the form. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, here- and also behind your camera lens.

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  61. Lovely, poignant photos, and beautiful poetry accompanying. Thank you!

    Ron

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  62. Gorgeous photos! These are just amazing.

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  63. Tammie, I really love #3, the pattern of ice crystals. Your photos are fascinating!

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  64. I have given you an award, you beautiful blogger, you! Check it out at http://moonwolfhowling.blogspot.com

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  65. Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful!

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  66. Beautiful. I so miss Montana. Our family has a house on Flathead Lake close to Polson...haven't been there for a few years. Oh I miss it. Love your images.

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  67. I never lived there...grew up in Kansas...but the family has a house on the lake for mostly summer enjoyment...the lake used to be so clear way out into our little bay...then the algae started taking over...and that water was SO COLD!

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  68. Thank you for showing wonderful scenery.

    Happy weekend.

    From the Far East.
    Best regards.
    ruma

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  69. Wow, truly, wow! All of these latest pictures are mind blowingly beautiful.

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  70. the colors the shades the reflextions all are perfectly captured.

    Love Dagmar

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  71. What a lovely series of beautiful macro photos with delightful reflections too.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  73. Cold glassy water... These images capture nature at it's best!;)
    I love the textures here and the rocks under the water look like underwater treasures...
    Stunning photography, T.
    Love Jo.x

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  74. Completely enchanting, Tammie. You capture the beauty of the natural world in such a magical way. Love & bright wishes. xx

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  75. Magical and marvelous!!

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  76. Good grief, each picture is more stunning than the one above it. What a spectacular series.

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Warm greetings to you~

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

Tammie