Friends, the rocks along the shores of Lake Superior are covered with ice but the waves keep crashing in. I like the liquid phase and solid phase of water in this image, only can be captured by standing in the minus zero windchills without gloves. When the fingers are frozen, you get to get back in the warmth of the vehicle. Dreaming of tall ships on the Lake and spring flowers that bloom indoors at this time of year. Maybe a trip to the conservatory this week will fill up my color meter with spring flower color. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on February 25, 2013, in Lake Superior, Nature, photography and tagged color meter, ice, mjspringett, nature, photography, postaday, windchills, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
Hi Marge- You make picture taking look easy but I know it is very much
more than a “Famous Photographers” course you have under your belt.
I hate to delete these pictures but I haven’t the dough to make prints
at the library. In March,I’ll try to do that. Keep up the good work.
thanks tom,you are probably the only one who remembers that i struggled with that course, things are easier today, thanks again and keep reading, love MJ
Here I was just starting to get warm and now I’m chilled to the bone!