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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Can you stand any more ice pictures?

I was intending on posting some pictures of my new ewe lamb today, but after (yet another) ice storm last night, I found the scenery this morning too pretty to ignore. Unfortunately the camera lens couldn't capture all of the sparkle and glitz as the sun shone through the ice, but here are a few photos.



Sheep pictures tomorrow!

6 comments:

Andy said...

I think I figured out your lens problem.....It's Ghosts! I have seen enough movies to know that photographic evidence of poltergeists is clearly indicated by blurriness or distortions in pictures that is most of the time written off as mechanical error. I think it has something to do with the fact that ghosts bridge the gap between the after life and real life by traveling through a series of time and space worm holes, or maybe black holes, but thats not the point. What is the point is that when they travel inter-dimensionally they create a momentary rift in the fabric of space time, which can be manifested in the small inconstancies, though consistent from picture to picture, in your photos. Boo-yeah! Let's go ghost huntin' on Auntie Corie's haunted farm!

Corinne R. said...

Uh, Yeah, or maybe there is something wrong with my lens....but thanks for the input Andrew :).
I think that you have been studying too hard for finals next week!!!!!

Nancy K. said...

I'd say the photos are breathtaking and don't really notice a lens problem. It's hard to imagine that some of those pictures are even REAL!

Wonderful job...

hiccupp said...

These are awesome, seriously, i want to frame close up of the pine needles.

Poor andrew has ghosts in his head...

Corinne R. said...

Thanks Sarah and Nancy.
Nancy, I have some kind of a dark spot showing up on most of the photos. I have cleaned the lens and can't find anything....any ideas? Maybe it's time for a new camera (sigh).

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Beautiful ice photos! (Although I'm glad it's at your house and not mine. :-) The bottom photo is my favorite. Love your new ewe lamb, too!

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