Ice – from around the corner

Although these are very busy times for me, this blog should not be completely quiet. So here are some more pictures of ice. No, not from where you’re thinking: this time it’s from around the corner in our forest.

An ice-covered puddle between the pine trees

Ice flowers

Reflection in smelly puddle

Ok, this last one wasn’t ice, but I like it a lot: a rather smelly little puddle with an oily sheen on it, reflecting the surrounding trees beautifully.

About steffi suhr

Once upon a time, I was an enthusiastic and hopeful biological oceanographer who did a bunch of work in the Antarctic. I was alternately wearing labcoats or extreme weather clothing and hard hats, but have long since swapped survival suits for dress suits and do science management, currently as the BioMedBridges project manager at the European Bioinformatics Institute. I still like to use my brain. I'm a German serial expat, currently - again - living in the UK.
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6 Responses to Ice – from around the corner

  1. ricardipus says:

    That first one makes me think of some fractal art I’ve been fiddling with. The last one is gorgeous… beautifully seen and nicely captured, Steffi. Worth getting close up and personal with a smelly pond, I’d say. 🙂

  2. steffi suhr says:

    Thank you! The smell wasn’t so bad, really – what’s some H2S after all?…

  3. Cath@VWXYNot? says:

    Gorgeous photos! I particularly like the first one.

  4. cromercrox says:

    Lovely pictures Steffi!

  5. steffi suhr says:

    Thanks Cath and Henry! It’s interesting to see who likes which one most.

  6. Frank says:

    Exquisite. I like the last one the most. It is like a painting, worlds within worlds.

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