these are the posts tagged ‘ice’:

soft rime

Soft rime is a white ice deposition that forms when the water droplets in light freezing fog or mist freeze to the outer surfaces of objects, with calm or light wind. The fog freezes usually to the windward side of tree branches, wires, or any other solid objects.

we’re learning about types of ice we had never seen outside of finnish postcards. soft rime is unbelievably beautiful and eerie, and makes simple walks in the park truly magical experiences. it only happens once in a while when the conditions are perfect, so every time one of those days comes along, we run out of the house, cameras in hand :)

cold days

lots of snow means lots of photowalks in the snow. i like the noise it makes under my feet when it is fresh :)
little branch

frozen lake
i’m in a bit of a photography phase, i think. the scanner helps, but the city is definitely working its charm on us. i changed the layout a bit so that the photos are larger – things might be a bit wonky here and there :)