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January 15, 2010


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The blue water and the white ice is beautiful.


Love the photos. Nature is so interesting when left alone.

Dominique King

Southpaw-Thanks for stopping by! I liked the contrast, too.

Linda-I really was fascinated by the patterns these ice slabs formed. I really could see some of them as a big, abstract painting.

Amie from Ciao Bambino

These are wonderful photos—works of art. I love the one of the snoozing denizen.


I've never seen ice slabs like that. Nothing like nature to inspire your art!

Dominique King

Amie-The patterns really struck me as an abstract piece of art. Now to take a class again so I can get back into an art studio!

Amida-They looked a bit unusual to me, too...but it makes sense that they just might break apart and stay put--corralled in the little harbor area as they are.


Brrr! They look like puzzle pieces that need to be put back together!

Dominique King

Jen-I thought of the puzzle piece thing myself!

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