Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Sunset on Ice




(and most everyday until the economy improves!)

18 comments:

Arija said...

Lovely shots, particularly the painterly second one, just beautiful

Kathy said...

Great pictures. They do almost look like painted pictures.

Chele said...

Beautiful! The second one is my favorite.

Mary said...

I always wonder how you turn a photograph into an outstanding abstract painting. Wow.

Let's hope the economy improves sooner than later...

fishing guy said...

TR: Neat shots of your icy world.

Sherri said...

I love them all, but especially the third shot. Composition is perfect! Very lovely shots.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Lovely piccies and nice to find another Okie on MW

Sara G said...

Beautiful photo's!!

Yogi said...

Nice shots of the thin ice.

Vickie said...

Terrific photos, more like abstract art.

Anonymous said...

These images are a poem. Just magical.

Kathiesbirds said...

Oh Man, TR! Love that first photo, but all are good. Looks awfully pretty in your world!

Gaelyn said...

Interesting images. Like the reflections and colors.

Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos - ice is such a tricky medium to capture,

Anonymous said...

These are amazing!
It's almost as if they were paintings.

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

TR, you make Oklahoma more beautiful than what we see in the every day. Happy New Year to you. I hope the economy improves for you very soon.~~Dee

Lana Gramlich said...

So interesting. Lovely colors! Reminds me of what my bro & I called "potato chip ice," which is that super-thin stuff, usually over an air bubble, that feels & crunches like a potato chip when you step on it. Did I mention that I don't miss snow/cold/ice, btw? Still loving it here in the South, even if we DID get 3" of snow in December!
Sorry for my long, recent absence, btw. Been busy in offline life. Best to you & yours in 2009!

T and S said...

You have a beautiful blog. The images of those colorful parakeets posted sometime back is just incredible.

Thank you for taking the time to visit and leave a comment on my blog...Thomas

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