Though I just posted some winter photos, I can’t resist posting more. In truth, our winter here in Wisconsin has been brutal. Very, very cold and a lot of snow. Despite the struggles that causes us, I have to admit that it does make for a pretty world to photograph.
Day before yesterday, I was unable to resist going out with my camera as the lighting was warm and pretty. Despite the fact that it was only 11 degrees F out there, the sun had that hint of spring warmth, and the icicles were dripping.
The sunshine shone like a brilliant star out there, and I was so glad that came through in the photos. The shafts of light coming from the sun made it look so star-like.
I also have some photos of icicles, which I tried to photograph as they dripped. I’ve never had a camera able to capture that quick drop of water until now, so as you can imagine, I took many, many photos and then deleted the uneventful ones later. I encourage you to enlarge the images so you can see the water droplets larger. They are quite mesmerizing. Just these perfect little upside-down worlds. Another interesting thing was that there was always one large water drop, and one tiny one following it. Like a perfect little marble. So pretty!
I hope you like the photos. Thanks for looking. Stay warm!