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This one reminds me of feathers, fallen from a silvery magical bird....  Thanks for your suggestions on yesterday's fractal, if you have some thoughts on this one, I'd love to hear them! 03.06.15
03-06-2015 - Hollyhock - Backlit         Link to Photo  Without Frame
On this day, I awoke to find a tranformed world.  All of the snow, which had fallen as a light powder, was now coated with a glazed crust of ice, perfect for fairies to skate on and humans to slip on.  The ice formed somehow as part of a thawing and refreezing cycle.  That occurrence is common in winters around here.  You expect some kind of crust to form on the snow.  But this one was exceptional for its smoothness and extreme reflectivity.  Miracle of miracles, we had a sunny day to reveal this coating in all of its loveliness.  A walk in Gallup Park, along the river, over the foot bridges, and back, was sheer fantasy.  DP065-2015  Posted Friday, March 6; processed March 5 from photo taken ditto. If you have ever tried to photograph any highly reflective sparkling surface, you will understand that no photograph can do such a sight justice.  Certainly my skill and equipment were not equal to the task - at least not to the extent I would have wished.  For what it's worth, I'll be adding additional shots of this fun phenomenon either to my 2015 winter gallery (http://arctangent.smugmug.com/SeasonsoftheYear-3/1st-Winter/2015-A-Winter-Early-Arrival/45799205_8fgTfr) or my Ice and Snow gallery (http://arctangent.smugmug.com/SeasonsoftheYear-3/1st-Winter/Snow-and-Ice-details/6892531_52KFj8) over the coming days.  There are a few there already.  Title:  One more marvel before winter departs  I'm so happy that so many of you took the time to comment on yesterday's icicle shot.  Thursday was another good day for photographing icicles, but the crazy glazed snow trumped icicles as the subject for my DP post for today (Friday)
Sanderling - we enjoyed watching this guy/gal spin around and walk backwards looking for food in the water. Seemed oblivious to us.Taken on Maui.  I really appreciate the comments!
3/6/15 - New version of the old Coca-Cola bottles!  Even though it is a different color, it still evokes the same nostalgic feelings.  Thanks for the comments on my shot of the bottles and glasses at the bar!
March 6, 2015  This is a photo of a small Lake near Glen Rose, Texas.  We stumbled across it while we were on one of our roaming, no-destination road trips.  I really liked the reflections of the tree stumps on the lake & the hazy sky.  Thank you for your comments and critiques!  Have a great day friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
March 6.  Female Cardinal enjoying sunflower seeds as we got about 8 inches of snow yesterday.
06/03/15 It was a beautiful, sunny day today. Melting , but slippery, and warmed by the rays ; I got out for a few shots. This is from Sunday in our back yard.
1935 Auburn 851 Boat Tail Speedster
Friday,  March 6, 2015  "OLDE WORLD TREASURES"  "It is easily overlooked that what is now called vintage was once brand new." ~ Tony Visconti  Frigid and Flashback Friday.......  The temp is 24 degrees in our city and remnants of the snow that we got yesterday morning remains. I didn't take any photos of the snow yesterday and stayed inside all day. Come on, Spring:)!  Known as “Arizona’s country town,” Dewey-Humboldt was formed in 2004 as a merger of two neighboring communities in the Agua Fria River Valley. The combination brought the rich farming culture of Dewey together with Humboldt, a mining community.  "Dewey-Humboldt is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. The population of the town was 3,894 according to the 2010 census. The Dewey-Humboldt area was a census-designated place at the 2000 census, at which time its population was 6,295." ~ Reprinted from Wikipedia  Thanks for perusing, commenting on and/or giving my photos a "thumbs up!"  TGIF!!!  Humboldt Station Town of Dewey-Humboldt, AZ Official website: http://www.dewey-humboldt.net  (photo taken 12/25/2014)  My Homepage: www.Godschild.smugmug.com
March 5, 2015  Athabasca Falls Jasper National Park, Alberta
Day 064: Tree in Snowstorm - Mar 5. Snow all day.  Had hoped to get to one of the parks to get some snow scene photos but only the main roads were cleared and I expect that the parks were closed anyway. This is just a simple image of tree branches during the storm taken near where I live.
March 6, 2015 Original Byerland Mennonite Mettinghouse.   Built by Charles Christopher and Jacob Beam, elders, cir 1755 on Samuel Boyers land.   This was used as a meetinghouse until 1848 and was entered into the Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical Society  in 1959.
Waiting, always waiting This grey heron always perches on the highest limb of the rookery.   Seen in Vienna's 21st district.
Fractal # 3 ... sure wish I could think of a name - any ideas?  Hope you're not getting tired of them, I have a few more yet....  Thanks so much for your interest & all your comments on these little creations, so glad you like 'em! 03.05.15  edit: Thanks Arctangent.... Scylla & Charybdis it is!!
This one reminds me of feathers, fallen from a silvery magical bird....

Thanks for your suggestions on yesterday's fractal, if you have some thoughts on this one, I'd love to hear them!
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This one reminds me of feathers, fallen from a silvery magical bird....  Thanks for your suggestions on yesterday's fractal, if you have some thoughts on this one, I'd love to hear them! 03.06.15
This one reminds me of feathers, fallen from a silvery magical bird....

Thanks for your suggestions on yesterday's fractal, if you have some thoughts on this one, I'd love to hear them!
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Photo by: Janet McQueen · See photo in original gallery.

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