Geese on Ice

Even in the best of circumstances, even in the best of pictures, there can still be some underlying cracks.  Some may be visible while others are well hidden but there none the less.  Thank you all for your kind words while I was having some “cracks” in my own life that were getting to me.  A bit of time off and prayer – some good news along with the acceptance of things I cannot change – has brought me out of some of that blue funk.  And the fact it was a nice sunny day the other day didn’t hurt either with the blues.

Now mentioning cracks, when I took this photo of a flock of geese on a partially frozen pond, I noticed the cracks and patterns in the ice.  When I converted the image to monochrome (it was a dreadfully gloomy grey day anyway and the water was an ugly brackish green color) the reflection of the trees on the ice made for even better “patterns” in the ice.

Goose ice1902w

About imagesbytdashfield

Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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13 Responses to Geese on Ice

  1. bulldog says:

    I like this photo… glad you’re feeling better or on the mend…

  2. dedivahdeals says:

    Glad to hear that your sun is shining again!

  3. ChgoJohn says:

    We often take the Sun for granted but it can really brighten our mood,, especially after a spell of gray skies and gloomy weather. Glad you’re better and with a great photo, too, Teri.

  4. ajaytao2010 says:

    Beautiful

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