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Old Dec 25, 2009, 10:22 PM   #1
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There are some lovely shots there, Torgny.

Motives, colors and moods. I don't normally like to name favorites as every picture tells it's own story, but I am particularly fond of your detail-shot of the ice. Especially #9 is typical of what intricate beauty mother nature has up it's sleeves. The ice looking like broken window-panes is nicely lighted and pictured.
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There are some lovely shots there, Torgny.

Motives, colors and moods. I don't normally like to name favorites as every picture tells it's own story, but I am particularly fond of your detail-shot of the ice. Especially #9 is typical of what intricate beauty mother nature has up it's sleeves. The ice looking like broken window-panes is nicely lighted and pictured.

Walter,

Isolated (refined) this thread. #9 is now the last picture. OK? There are so many aspects to ice. Trying to make up a folder system for various aspects. Hard work. Puh!

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Wow, these are some nice shots, Torgny! I have to second Walter's opinion again, the last one really looks like broken glass with beautiful reflections on it - great!
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I like them all, they are so different, all of them are fun.
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Old Dec 30, 2009, 11:53 AM   #8
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Thank you for viewing and the comments. Ice can take so many forms and "express itself" differently in the never ending variation of the light conditions

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Now the last one really worked for me Torgny. The story is wonderfull with the ice being washed up towards the rush.

Very nice!
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Now the last one really worked for me Torgny. The story is wonderfull with the ice being washed up towards the rush.

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Thank you for viewing and the comment. Reed and rush are my favourite motives. Like landscape detail

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