“The ice had just begun to form on the pond, freezing it in time. Frozen, but ever so thin, letting the blue shine from within.” – Ed Lehming
Another of my re-imagined images. This time a view from early December. We’ve had a relatively mild winter here with moderate wet snowfall. At this time, there was still a lot of open water, which made for some confusing images. I created this one just as the pond had begun to freeze. It was quite interesting because it even appears that there are frozen ripples but it already had a moderately thick coating of ice on it. The combination of the bright winter sky and the water beneath the ice makes the blues more pronounced.
iPhone 12 Pro @ 1.54 mm
1/1100 sec, f/2.4, ISO 25
That is so beautiful! We’ve had a relatively mild winter here as well – not so many days in a deep freeze. I am grateful for that.
Our west coast version of that photo would have gray instead of the blue. I think I like blue better.
I love the colours… your concept of looking for the “moment” and space in time that captures your creativity .. will always lead to “adventure” where there is creativity, there are always possibilities.
I’m really enjoying this palette. Time to put brush to canvass? These are all digital, but really inspiring me.