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abstractinblackandwhite.jpgAbstract in black & white13 viewsActually a color image, this high contrast shot was made in late morning on an overcast June day this summer2 commentsEd Hodgson
abstractingreen~0.jpgAbstract in Green8 viewsIn July, with abundant foliage overhead, the flow over the lip of the little dam presented its ever changing reflections in verdant splendor.2 commentsEd Hodgson
Hartford_Sculpture.jpg11 viewsStainless Steel sculpture with the setting sun reflecting off buildings in the background.2 commentsJay Harder
Metropolis.jpgMetropolis6 viewsWhere the ice crystals had longer to grow and teh ice was a bit thicker, the crystals made striking geometric patterns, When viewed backlit, the scene was reminiscent of aerial views of a great city like Chicago at night.Ed Hodgson
On_thin_ice.jpgOn Thin Ice8 viewsOn a cold morning early in January, the new ice on the beaver pond formed some neat patterns. In areas where it flash froze and was thin fine needle crystals like these made abstract black and white art.Ed Hodgson
positivenegative.jpgPositive and Negative19 viewsA while back, I encountered this striking combination of ice crystals on Salmon Brook and low angle sun. I thought the image was enhanced by the reflection pattern on the open water making a negative image of the ice crystal reflections in the rest of the field.2 commentsEd Hodgson
Salmonbrookabstract1.jpgSalmon Brook Abstract #114 viewsEd Hodgson
SalmonBrookabstract2.jpgSalmon Brook Abstract #221 viewsThe other day the interplay between the water surface contours near a little beaver dam on Salmon Brook and the reflections of the nearby trees caught my eye. These three shots are a few of my attempts to capture what I was seeing. Thoughts and suggestions are welcome. 7 commentsEd Hodgson
salmonbrookabstract5.jpgSalmon Brook Abstract 511 viewsWith the spring snowmelt bringing high water and spring bringing occasional bright blue skies, the flow over the little beaver dam is showing another face again and prompting some more experimentation. Here are a couple of images I found interesting.Ed Hodgson
salmonbrookabstract6.jpgSalmon Brook Abstract 611 viewsSecond image from recent high flow conditions.Ed Hodgson
SalmonBrookabstreact3.jpgSalmon Brook Abstract #314 viewsEd Hodgson
The_Matrix.jpgThe Matrix10 viewsViewed with less specular reflection, the patterns of ice crystal growth still stand out boldly.2 commentsEd Hodgson
Ware_Power_Zoom_Gangway__2.jpgWare Power Abandoned Abstract tie9 viewsZooming with light painting effectGene Suponski
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