Please share your snow/ Ice Photos with us in CR.

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You're down in quantum physics; you cannot observe anything without affecting it ;) Your camera is radiating heat!!
Very nice shot! I've never seen that kind of lettuce-like structure before
Thanks! Those shapes form only in extreme cold (-30C and below) under certain conditions. I tried to replicate it in higher temperatures (-15 to -20C), but everything shows up as rectangular or hexagonal crystals.
 

Erik X

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Thanks for the appreciation, Graham, bluediablo and DSP

Landing on ice seems to be a tricky maneuver, swans obviously don't like skidding around so they try to slow down to zero ground speed before touchdown.
I've seen ducks land on wet ice, they simply skip lowering the landing gear and make a belly-landing instead. During "roll-out" they start rotating, if you have ever been watching curling, you know the principle :p
And I don't have a clue why the Flickr links does not work today.. :unsure: I did exactly as I use to..
Edit: Picking up links in flickr with "Embed" seems to give a proper clickable link but "BBCode" no longer does.. Why?

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F36A4603_DxO_full by Erik Astrom, on Flickr[/URL]

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F36A4605_DxO_full by Erik Astrom, on Flickr[/URL]

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F36A4611_DxO_full by Erik Astrom, on Flickr[/URL]
 
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Landing on ice seems to be a tricky maneuver, swans obviously don't like skidding around so they try to slow down to zero ground speed before touchdown.
I've seen ducks land on wet ice, they simply skip lowering the landing gear and make a belly-landing instead. During "roll-out" they start rotating, if you have ever been watching curling, you know the principle :p
No ABS or Anti--Skid


Very nice series.
 
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