2013-02-02

Snowy leaves

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  NF Photo 130201, Forssjö

I can´t remember seeing this before. They looked like white leavs of the giant waterlily. This is a stream and the foam shaped them. Cool to see them moving up and down in the waves.

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38 comments:

  1. I love the light, and the colors and textures in this photo!

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  2. The picture is amazinng:)

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  3. Very unusual, a great capture. Like icy waterlily pads.

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  4. They do indeed. What a beauty your lenses have captured! This is the reason why I love photography. You discover things that we very often overlook. Many thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  5. What a great photo! An unusual sight- and good that you caught it!

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  6. I LOVE how you capture the waves and the 'giant waterlilies', amazing!

    visiting from pret-a-vivre.com

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  7. water lilies - that was my first thought too. Mother Nature. One can always count on her to come up with a good idea.

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  8. så vakkert!
    Det må være vannliljeblader som er frosset!
    Eller danner jo is geometriske flater.
    Ingun

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  9. Utrolig flott.
    Undres...
    Ha en fin kveld :)
    Mormor

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  10. What an unusual thing to happen, glad you took a photo to share.

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  11. I've not seen a photo like it ever - beautiful mother nature at her best.

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  12. Such a wonderful photo!!

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  13. Interesting!!! I've never seen stream foam do anything like this!!!

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  14. Mother Nature is the best artist. I don't believe I've ever seen anything quite like that.

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  15. What a beautiful composition to photo!

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  16. What an intriguing photo, with the snow, leaves and water!

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  17. This seems unusual to me too. Usually waterlily leaves disappear before a hard freeze. Makes for a neat photo!

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  18. Really amazing and nice, had not seen anything like it!

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  19. nature always has a surprise!

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  20. Vilket läckert foto och det är så mycket liv i bilden.

    God natt!

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  21. I love the cool looking shapes, great capture!

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  22. Oh yes they really look like the famous Amazon lily leaves, fascinating nature creations.

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  23. amazing! frozen lily pads.:p

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  24. Very unusual but stunning!

    http://www.1sthappyfamily.com/2013/02/a-water-feature.html

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  25. Fabulous shot! I've never seen that either. What an interesting effect.

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  26. Wow a very awesome photo. Love it!

    Kim,USA

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  27. I have never seen anything like this either!! Good thing you were there to capture it!!!

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  28. Fantastic photo..I remember reading about these when I was looking for info about our pond. I think they were called ice disks and had to do with changing temperatures. They really are neat looking. Thank you for linking into Nature Notes Monica... Michelle

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