Sunday, December 28, 2008

Resilience

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A close-up of a frozen wineberry bush taken after the ice storm last week. This is an SOOC (straight out of camera) shot. I love how each little droplet is frozen to the hairy-textured branch.
This kinda stuff really excites me. (Can you tell I don't get out much?)

12 comments:

Deb said...

Another amazing photo by an amazing photographer! I would guess that it's all in the lense, something I hope to upgrade to one day.
Happy New year, Kate!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Lovely, lovely photo. You've got a *marvelous* eye for the beautiful!

MindyLew said...

Wonderful Capture- love the details.
I totally enjoy all of your pictures.

joan said...

I think it is realy cool looking!

DesertHen said...

Amazing...you can see all of the little hairy fibers in the ice. Very cool!

Kerri said...

This is EXACTLY the kind of stuff that excites me too!

I LOVE it!!

Mental P Mama said...

That reminds me that I need to go find my tweezer;)

Hilary said...

Gorgeous photo.. truly a beauty. And MPM takes the funny comment award. ;)

Sara G said...

That is an awesome photo!! Thanks so much for sharing it.
Take care!!

Anonymous said...

omg, this photo is AMAZING! Like all your photos....AMAZING! You are WAAAAAAYYYYYYY GREAT at photography. And you don't even have any idea of how freaking great you are!

Okay, now that I have caught my breath because I LOVE winter blackberry/dewberry/raspberry vines in the winter.

This is THE most gorgeous one I've ever seen.

Now that I have ridiculously flattered you will you tell me where you got the snow effect again?

Because I'm...tiptoeing in....to try this...because you are so good at it, that I want to try.

Inspired,
Katie R.

Country Girl said...

Katie, my friend. You are too much! Do you mean you are going to start blogging? With everything else you do? Oh, my. It will take over your life, you know . . .

The snow effect is here:
http://www.bloggerbuster.com/2008/12/simple-snow-effect-widget-for-blogger.html

Just follow the instructions!

~ CG

A New England Life said...

I would be excited too! What a great picture! Dare I say almost 'cute'? Ice can be so beautiful yet so wicked at the same time. Yours was beautiful.

Sharon