Wordless Wednesday – Frozen

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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93 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Frozen

  1. John says:

    Beautiful photos, Eliza. Beauty, frozen in time. ❤️

  2. Dee Min says:

    Your experience of nature is as beautifully captured in the winter as it was in the summer!!! Love!!

  3. Anne says:

    These frozen beauties are a delight for me to see 🙂

  4. Nancy says:

    Gorgeous! The second to the last frozen beauty is my favorite.

  5. Alice says:

    It’s good to appreciate all seasons. The ‘gold nugget’ has a scrunched face!

  6. So happy to be sipping my hot coffee while looking at these frozen delights! ❄☕❄

  7. China Dream says:

    great capture of the ice crystals.. cold weather… but doesn’t look like a deep freeze.. enjoy!

  8. Eliza, you have many gifts. One of them is the way you see the natural world, capture a moment in the lens of your camera and then offer to all of us a glimpse of the beauty in your world. Thank you. I appreciate all of your photos. They always invite me to see more beauty. ❤️

  9. First thing that came to mind – ‘Baby it’s cold outside.’ 🙂

  10. Dale says:

    One of the reasons I love winter. Even on grey days, we can find beauty in that which is frozen. Lovely images!

  11. Treah Pichette says:

    Frozen is right! Four degrees here this morning & minus 5 yesterday. The birds aren’t even up! But it does make for beautiful formations….Nature’s reward for bearing it.

  12. I love seeing your ice and snow photos.

  13. shoreacres says:

    I like the ‘window’ framing the leaf, and it’s great fun to see how the stone has melted the snow around it.

  14. ke01341 says:

    Amazing photos that capture the beauty of winter in NE

  15. Tina says:

    Brrrr–and beautiful! All the photos are lovely, that second one is especially nice: “crunchy” ice to the right, more structural flanking on the left.

  16. Very nice winter scenes…hope it isn’t too cold where you are. Yesterday we had a frigid day with temperatures dipping down to -30C…today it is a bit warmer but we go back down to -20C for the weekend. Winter is truly here now…(Suzanne)

  17. Donna Donabella says:

    Beautiful winter scenes…one of the perks of our winter!

  18. Kris P says:

    Beautiful shots – and kudos for venturing out in freezing weather to get them!

  19. susurrus says:

    It’s refreshing to the mind to gaze at the frozen stream for a while.

  20. Beautiful images Eliza, hope you’re keeping safe and warm! 🧡

  21. Debbie says:

    Brrr! Beautiful, but Brrr!

  22. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Oh you have it cold there. Beautiful though

  23. Cathy says:

    Lovely photos Eliza, and bravo for braving the cold!

  24. jmankowsky says:

    I love taking ice photos and looking at them. Yours are just beautiful!

  25. The stone almost seems a small animal napping in the snow. I hope some of this stuff remains for the weekend as our temps are rising once more for the next day or two. I gotta retire…missing this stuff is getting to be too much. :-).

  26. The ice formations are lovely! It looks like you’re getting cold temps too!

  27. Brrrr… Frozen art. I love how the ice frames the moss, leaf, and rock. Lovely pictures, Eliza!

  28. Hooray for more ice and snow pictures. Strike while the iron is cold.

  29. bittster says:

    Frozen waterfalls and the geometry of ice crystals are always a welcomed sight!

  30. Wonderful photos, love all the icy beauty!🙂 Hope you enjoyed a warm beverage after your walk!☕️🙂

  31. Love all of these. There is something a bit sinister about the third don’t you think?

  32. Very nice Eliza! Enjoyed seeing them!

  33. 71 degrees yesterday…

  34. Strange and beautiful Eliza.

  35. naturebackin says:

    These are beautiful Eliza. I was especially struck by the frozen stream. I see in the comments that you said it went down to 3F – I have just looked up the conversion to C and now understand (in theory anyways) that is very cold! Brave of you to venture out, but worth it with such beauty to see (and photograph).

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  37. Vicki says:

    Love this series. People usually find ice and snow a negative, but I see it’s beauty, especially in some of the crystal shapes.

    I wish we had snow, but one has to go up to the alps or highest mountains in winter to find it. Occasionally, there is a light snowfall in the low-lying hills overlooking the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, but not often.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Vicki. Winter here is very beautiful. So long as I am warmly dressed, I don’t mind the cold at all. That is, so long as it stays above -12ºC… below that the time outside is brief. 🙂

  38. A nice collection Eliza! It looks like there are many compositions to be had along that stream.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thanks much, Denise. The frigid temps continue, but we had a few inches of snow, followed by rain, and now the whole stream is hidden, alas. It was fun while it lasted.

  39. 71 degrees here today – no rain in sight.

  40. Sunra Rainz says:

    Stunning shots 🙂

  41. Beautiful to look at but so happy to not have to deal with living in it anymore!

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