How The Ice Floes

Gazing Across The Lake, I Saw The Ice Floes. Like Giant Lily Pads, They Drifted In The Hundreds, Gently, Together, Atop The Emerald-Blue Waters. As They Merged With The Shallows, The Colours Of The Underwater Rock Garden Speckled The Watery Canvas.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALLEGRA JONES

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Water. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice floes on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

 

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Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

Ice flows on the lake. Photo by: Allegra Jones

 

 

 

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  1. amazing – like a monet or a Gerhard Richter piece – they actually look like paintings as much as photographs. you need to do a show!!!

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  2. I’ve never seen ice flow like that, in thin circular pieces, gathered together, “like lily pads”. You most certainly have a knack for capturing unusual images in nature. I hope you are doing well Allegra.

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