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"Glacé" (Icicle on Rhododendron Leaves) Nikon D300, 105mm, F/5.6, 1/30s, -1.0EV, ISO 640

“Glacé” (Icicle on Rhododendron Leaves) Nikon D300, 105mm, F/5.6, 1/30s, -1.0EV, ISO 640

If bicycles are called bikes, why aren’t icicles called ikes?

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15 Comments

  1. What a wonderful photo this is… simply amazing!

  2. Thanks, Juan! This particular image actually took a a few times to get right!

  3. love your stuff. here in california, we think 60 degrees is cold, so it’s nice to visit the real winter, while staying warm. am also participating in project 365 (and using the same wordpress theme you are)…so far you are pretty inspiring. lots for me to learn in the coming year. good luck to all of us. kim (lifeserveddaily.wordpress.com)

    • Aw, thanks so much Kim! If you ever have any photo questions, feel free to ask! 🙂

  4. Glad you showcased your blog… amazing photos… just love them!

  5. Nice little blog you have here! And lovely photo’s!

    • Thank you Starsquid and Nadia! So glad you both stopped by! 🙂

  6. Very nice – at least we have had some sun on the snow and ice lately.

  7. The sharp ice and the rich greens look great against the dark background.

  8. Wow, what a fantastic shot. And the leaf above it is another winner. Nice work. You’re really taking full advantage of your D30o. 🙂

    • Thanks Dave. Yeah, me likey the D300. 🙂 I actually took this shot the day before, but hated the background minutia I was getting. So, I went back the next morning and used a simple black deflector clipped on a lightstand to eliminate it completely. Works like a charm!

  9. So beautiful against black!


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