I love this shot! I'm a huge fan of wrought iron objects/structures. I like how it is so cold and sharp in the focus and you've set that against the snow softened at the edges.I enjoy pictures that are simple upon first gaze but that allow the complexities to emerge the longer one looks.
Looking at all that snow is makingme thirsty..maybe I have been in the sun too long today.
fabulous - I love the simplicity xxo
nice close up! snow looks beautifulleethroughthelens.blogspot.com
The eyes have it! Nice shot.Happy WW!
Outstanding! This is awesome Daryl.(*applause*)
that snow almost looks fake!No more snow pictures allowed, since it was almost 70 in NJ today.
Never try licking snow from icy wrought iron. Luckily you can'tlose skin from your eyeballs just by looking ;)
Interesting detail. Well photographed.
Great photo, the contrast of the fence against the snow (which does look quite deep). I hope things are warming up a bit back east.
Gorgeous. I love the play between the seen and the unseen.
One word: brrrrrrrrrrrr.........
Great cold iron shot!GreetingsYvi
i have never touched snow but i sure know how it feels :DDazy Daisywonderful!
You know, I have a similar 'eye' post that will be coming up soon; something I took on a very cold day....and it still is, dang it.I like your swirly 'eyes'. When I post mine, I'll link back to yours!
Nice and crisp!
Oh nice, nice! Snow in the city. I am a fan of good ironwork and I love the way this peeks out from the white.
There is something peering from the snow.
Awesome shot....but I am glad that white stuff has melted!
I want some ice cream!
Hmmmm - you appear to have captured the elusive snow alien in this shot! It can be very difficult to get such a close-up shot of these shy creatures whose main defense is blending in with huge snow drifts! Good work!
Brr...where is spring?
Been there! Meanwhile, we're about to wash away down here. Where's Noah when you need him?V
LOVE the wrought iron. The snow? Not so much!! It's really worn out its welcome with me this year:/
It's all in the eyes! Well done. This one just jumps right off the page.My WW is here. Ice sculptures like you’ve never seen before… the World Ice Art Championships, 2010… all the way from Fairbanks, Alaska.
Simple. Lovely. Makes me wish for big thick socks and a mug of coffee.
LOL!! window to my soul?? No wonder they call me a hard hearted woman.
Eye see you!<><
Almost looks good enough to make some snow cones! It's a warm(er) day here in Texas....finally!Thank you for the mention on The Smitten Image. I'm humbled by you! xoxox
"Our lives are frittered away by detail; simplify, simplify."—Henry David ThoreauLol...simplicity in photography always works. Nice image.
Could it be a fleur de lis struggling to grow out of the snow - like crocus?
Okay, call me a weirdo...but I definitely see an owl. Really! It's definitely there...look again! :)
That thing has go its eyes on you! Very artistic.Acoustic or electric bass - you are soooooo funnee!
you have captured an other worldly quality to this snow.I saw your tweet - I hope you are feeling better Daryl!
Lovely...though I think I'm about done with the white stuff for the year. WV: rebela...I rebela-gainst seeing snow again this winter!
I love wrought ironthis is so pretty decorated in snow
I really like this!
Thanks for da iron spirals!Aloha from Hawaii DarComfort Spiral
WOW! amazing shot!u may view mine here
I love wrought iron and this one's looking right at me!
The snow looks like soap suds to me. Funny how you can know what something is but see it as something else at the same time.
A great shot well spotted!
I love the way wrought iron looks in the snow. Beautiful shot.
This makes me think of how it seems like years since I have seen this stuff, yet--heck, it's only been a lot of days. what a shot.
gorgeous, I love the simplicity an that it is nearly a black and white.
Oh it looks like two scrolly/curly cartoon eyes peeking out from the snow. A lovely shot.
Sorry I'm commenting late but this is a great Wordless Wednesday!