Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Thu, 11/08/12 16:10
I like how the thin coating of ice acts as a natural filter in your picture turning the yellow submerged leaves into pseudo fish and bringing a pleasing textural feel to the image.
Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Thu, 11/08/12 18:47
Sure fooled me. Well seen, Linda.
Comments by pierre david on Fri, 11/09/12 02:38
Imaginative, tasteful...this photo makes autumn dreamlike. With no panoromasia intended, Mrs Frey, this is a fantastic « catch » and at 5:35 in the morning it starts very well this friday morning...
Comments by Alias on Fri, 11/09/12 06:01
Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Fri, 11/09/12 06:25
Great eye. I really enjoy the colors especially the texture.
Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Fri, 11/09/12 06:59
Interesting texture...very nice 'catch'.;-)
Comments by S Roter on Fri, 11/09/12 08:55
Imaginative, and a good eye as usual.
Comments by Pietro Cecchi on Fri, 11/09/12 10:49
An icy vision of autumnal remains, Linda... :)
Comments by Dawna L. Wolfe on Fri, 11/09/12 13:52
ha you're right...looks like frozen goldfish :)
Comments by Michael Meek on Sun, 11/11/12 14:15
Very cute and makes ya smile.
Comments by Tony Scheuhammer on Mon, 11/12/12 18:34
do I detect a bit of plastic wrap filter? :)
Comments by les perry on Tue, 11/13/12 09:28
Nice little abstract, thought i was looking at Mark's dinner to begin with
Comments by Paul Cooper on Wed, 11/14/12 15:51
I definitely thought of a frozen goldfish. I'm guessing that is sleet in the ice - interesting texture and colors
Comments by Maria Salvador on Sun, 12/16/12 06:10
Yes! Before reading your comment I thought the yellow ones were fishes! A beautiful work.