Just below the surface

Icy pond
On a walk today at Kendrick Woods we noticed this amazing formation
in the ice on a pond.  It resembles the roots of a tree,
or the spindly off shoots of a nerve. And just below the surface
is a leaf suspended until it thaws.
Have a great weekend!
 
 

10 Replies to “Just below the surface”

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE it! What a beautiful and almost haunting image, abstract yet natural. I love those unique finds that you know you wouldn't have found hours (or maybe even minutes) later.

  2. Oh wow! This is simply an "oh wow!" capture. Nature repeats this same pattern over and over – rivers, the way water freezes, the lines in a leaf, the veins in our bodies, and yes, like you saw here, the look of nerve shoots and tree roots. We're part of it all – aren't we?

  3. I have looked and studied this capture for a while now…and there are just endless possibilities as to WHAT it conveys. This is an awesome capture! From a rose…to a person…to a frantic nerve! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!

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