This reminds me of an occurrence back in February or March on my school's campus. Every single tree was frozen or covered in frost, and I had to snap a few mobile pictures before it all melted away before I got out of class. Even when others don't like the way ice freezes on a tree, I do. You picked the perfect timing for the picture.
I absolutely love your photographs for their colors. I mean it.
This work's beauty lies in its starkness with the environment, the clarity of the branches (I especially love how the nodules from the branches the impression of icicles... or are they icycles ... and at the same time, the brightness and contrast were balanced with such ambience, its amaazing... truly.
Worth a feature on Well done.
And trust me - I do absolutely love melancholic photographs on this one... if you'd permit me, I'd like to write a poem on this photograph one of these days. Eagerly waiting for your reply
Thanks much for the high praise The ice was a beautiful thing after the storm had passed, and power was restored...everything had this clear coating on it - like a glazed doughnut but not as tasty But yeah, it was interesting seeing the darkness of the bark against the brightness of the snow and ice, had to try and capture that.
I'm aware that the chill is still back East, say, out West the temps are Spring like, Kamal~ with some sun and rain. I hope that the winter spell will soon be over; I wonder about the flooding of the rivers....I used to live in Illinois by the Mississippi which usually is covered with ice enough to walk across. It will be interesting to see how the thaw will turn out back East. Take care, do watch out for the plumbing in your house.