Replication and Its Implications Life, Macro, Nature, Pennsylvania, Photography, Winter In a world where we’ve already envisioned The Matrix and computer code is reality All I can do is smile when confronted with naturally occurring creations Share this:PinterestFacebookPrintLinkedInMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Wow…those are beautiful…and incredible. Nice find, Bonnie. 🙂
It was amazing! Down in the stream with my boots on kneeing in the water just as it began to rain, I was determined not to loose the moment.
🙂 So pretty. Did you get any shots of the fog freeze everywhere on Wednesday morning? I was imagining your artistry with the camera and what your interpretive prose would be.
Incredible! What beautiful photos featuring nature’s marvels!
Thank you for allowing me to share this moment with you!
Fascinating shapes – great photos Bonnie! (Worth getting cold toes!)
I’ve never seen that kind of ice crystal. Beautiful! And I like how you paired it with the white cedar. (Is it white cedar?)
It is a cultivar of cedar. I don’t remember the name, it is always a beautiful chartreuse color year round!