Many of my pictures are taken on my morning run. In the years before digital cameras, I saw lots of transient natural phenomena worthy of being photographed, but camera equipment was too big and bulky to carry while running. Now there are small versatile digital cameras available that can do most everything that used to take a case of equipment.
Where is the Ice Spider?
Uploaded by: phnielsen
Wednesday February 13, 2013
Caption: Standing water subjected to freezing and thawing produce an almost infinite variety of designs. This particular spot of frost on overnight ice in a tilled corn field is edged with crystals which somewhat resemble spider webs.
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