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Jagged swords of ice Sometimes nature's just surprising you in its simplicity or complexity. Look at a frosted window for example. A highly complex structure on a simple thing as a frozen window in a shed. I like the lines in this photograph, the vividness of the ice particles, the sharp shadows and jagged lines. And that for free on a piece of glass.. Geotagged,The Netherlands,frost,glass,ice,macro,snow,soligor 12mm,soligor 20mm,soligor 36mm Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Jagged swords of ice

Sometimes nature's just surprising you in its simplicity or complexity. Look at a frosted window for example. A highly complex structure on a simple thing as a frozen window in a shed. I like the lines in this photograph, the vividness of the ice particles, the sharp shadows and jagged lines. And that for free on a piece of glass..

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  1. Wonderful, Ludo! Promoted to homepage. Posted 7 years ago
  2. Hi Ferdy!
    Thanks for promoting my jagged swords to your homepage; one out of the five is a humongous honour to me! Hey, it triggers me to make some more:)
    May the Lions be with you and yours,
    Sincerely,
    Ludo
    Posted 7 years ago
  3. Beautiful macro...! Posted 7 years ago
  4. Thanks Roeselien for your compliment! Posted 7 years ago
  5. Awesome Ludo! Posted 5 years ago
  6. Thanks, Claire! Yep, what some macro rings, tripod and warm jacket can do for me:) It was fun, next time it freezes I'll try another one. Yet those winters are getting hotter and hotter over here..
    This was the second photo I posted for JD, two years+ ago. Macro is magical!
    Posted 5 years ago
  7. Amazing, I love jack frost and you have captured it beautifully :-) Posted 5 years ago
  8. Hi Bexicles,
    Well, thank thee for thy comment, I love them crystals too!
    Posted 5 years ago
  9. It was shot with three macro rings inserted between my 50mm prime lens, to give it a 1:1 macro range without quality loss (no glass between lens and camera). Posted 5 years ago
  10. you have captured it beautifully :D. I haven't seen Jack Frost for nearly too years, cheered me up lots :D Posted 5 years ago
    1. Thanks, yes, I repromoted it just because of the sun shining outside. One tends to forget is was cold that one winter day years past:) Those ice crystals are real natural beauties.. Posted 5 years ago

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Uploaded Feb 4, 2012. Captured Feb 4, 2012 10:15 in Aldenheerd 7-9, 6003 Weert, The Netherlands.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/4.0
  • 1/128s
  • ISO100
  • 50mm