Ice Patterns – Camera Catches

Leaves frozen in a bowl of water

Leaves frozen in a bowl of water

The freezing snow and ice gave me inspiration to do something new. I took a small bowl of water, placed old rusty leaves under the  water then  froze both in the fridge. I later took out the bowl, poured a little warm water on the top of the ice (already formed), to allow the new ice to melt a little. Tiny bubbles and broken ice appeared, that in turn gave substance to the ice.  I then re=froze. This morning I took the “Ice” bowl outside, then using a Lumix LX7 camera, I took these photos. I have edited many to an abstract mode.  Eve

 

 


textured background

 

 

texture and colour changed to give a more dramatic effect

texture and colour changed to give a more dramatic effect

 

 “A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water.”
Carl Reiner

 

topaz smile - cartoon

 

 

edited in topaz

edited in topaz

 

texture - "misty"

texture – “misty”

 

 

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