Some Old Hoar (winter water ). Photo by isight
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Some Old Hoar

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Friday January 25, 2013

Pocasset, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Bubbles freeze in the ice - crystals form inside the bubble - the ice sublimes - evaporates - the crystals are left in the bottoms of the bubbles. Curious that they took different forms in the two coin sized bubbles - you can just make out hexagonal plates in the larger one

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6. LindyLu60
3:43 AM GMT on February 03, 2013
Wonderful information and observation
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5. tamcat
3:40 PM GMT on January 31, 2013
Interesting find. -kevin :)
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4. relishthejourney
11:58 PM GMT on January 30, 2013
LOL I want to know how you recognize - uh, never mind ..... Nice shot! :D
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3. luvne32
10:26 PM GMT on January 30, 2013
Interesting observation, Alan.
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2. actual
2:18 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
LOL at the title, and this is really interesting (and pretty) too. :D
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1. ChrisAnthemum
12:18 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
LOL Alan! Watch your language around here! Too funny! (Not a bad shot, either!)
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About isight

isight

Living on Cape Cod in this beautiful spot, trying to notice what the days have to offer, playing along with life as it unfolds, celebrating the wonder of it all. I explore and experiment with the camera, trying to see more than the obvious, looking for fascinating details, unusual subjects, novel views, the overlooked, and the borderline abstract. I love the process - shooting gets me to look, and looking gets me to shoot. Really, looking gets me to see - to observe, notice, pay attention, grow curious, and learn the ways and patterns and rhythms of my surroundings. Beyond light - the given - within and without - I'm fascinated by water - drops, ripples, waves, reflections, distortions, ice - and the life around me, and fascinated by how we make sense of what we see, or not. Through the camera it's about how it looks more than what it is. Play with it! This is a great site - enthusiastic, appreciative, and inspiring - a place to enjoy beautiful photos, learn about people, places, and things, make friends, and learn about photography at one's own pace (while motivated by the one week time constraint). Without this site and the encouragement of many members, I wouldn't have kept at it, and I'm forever grateful. Most of all, I learned here that photos are a way to communicate not just what I see, but perhaps how I see. I've gotten comments from people worldwide saying an image somehow touched their lives - a moment of beauty, a chuckle, a new idea - and I still find that awesome, and humbling. "From wonder into wonder, existence opens." Lao Tsu

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