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Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 2 February 2010 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Down on my icecold knees - with freezing hands - searching through the lens the mighty mini-sculptures at the curly edge of a surviving autumn-leave. Waiting for the winter-sun to reflect its destructive light . Tomorrow they will be gone...

Image: Kessel (Be)

Canon EOS 400D 1/5 second F/16.0 ISO 200 60 mm

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KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

do I'm alone to look on your pearls??? Can't believe it!!!

2 Feb 2010 2:50pm

@KriKridesign: I'm glad somebody likes them ... ;-) Thanks again for your kind comment. It almost makes me blush...

ripple from Nottingham, United Kingdom

superb pattern in ice,

3 Feb 2010 8:01am

@ripple: Thank you for passing by .

Luc from Montréal, Canada


Une photo impressionnante, hors du commun.

Bravo et merci,


10 Feb 2010 11:47pm

@Luc: Thanks for dropping by again, Luc. Maybe i was somehowe inspired by your cristal-images... :-)

Twelvebit from Victoria, United States

Again, well done.

14 Feb 2010 7:58pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

Well worth the cold knees.

13 Mar 2010 1:36am

Canon EOS 400D
1/5 second
ISO 200
60 mm