Frozen Sands

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  1. Chiller

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    Snuck out of the house Saturday morning for a walk along the lake. Lots of ice, but I was fascinated by the way the beach sand had a this thin layer of ice on it. Made for a natural abstract:lol:
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    oops....meant to put this in the snapshots....:blushing::grumpy::blushing:
     
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    this is so awesome!

    the meteorologist in me loves ice structures!
     
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    That is an awesome pattern!
     
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    Thank you Spiffychicky. There were some points I found myself throwing rocks on it..Sounded like glass when it shattered. :lol::lol:
     
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    Well spotted. I love how the pic is split on the diagonal, with the ice on the right side more 'clear' than on the left. Very 'cool' pic.
     
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    Thats a really interesting shot, glad you said what it was or I wouldn't have had a clue... its really bizarre! Obviously wonderfully shot too!
     

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