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Comments on: "Ice In The Veins" (34)

  1. Oooh, this makes me feel shivery just looking at them!

  2. Mmmm … cooling icy fingers. Coming from where it looks to crack 40C here today … these look delightfully refreshing.
    Happy new year to you & yours Elena 🙂

  3. artblablablablog said:

    Wow! Perfect title for eerie looking photos, love them elena!

  4. Wonderfully evocative, dream like images. Beautifully done.

  5. Love the impression of something (unpleasant) advancing. Great shots.

  6. Only eye of an artist can see them! You are amazing. Thank you and also Thank you for being one of my best followers and commenters. Angels, muses and the sun be with you always. Love you, nia

  7. I have almost the same photos! are they not cool are what??

  8. Having recently watched the Dr. Who Christmas episode ( frozen pond, ice woman, snowmen with teeth) and how the last image reminds me of H.P. Lovecraft’s “Mountains of Madness”, ….. Well done. Scary cool. 🙂

    • Is that the latest, this year’s Christmas special? I’m a fan of the Dr., but get the episodes a year late. Also love Lovecraft. Thanks much!

      • Yes it is. It was very well done. Had a Victorian setting. My wife, son, & I thought it was a perfect balance for family entertainment. It also mixed science fiction & fantasy motifs beautifully. He hid his Tardis in the clouds – you climbed a invisible ladder /spiral stairs to reach it. Had the charm & atmosphere of a classic British Children’s book.

      • Thanks so very much! I look forward to the episode:)

  9. Wow, these are great! Absolutely fascinating. I love the title!

  10. I have some almost identical images! : )
    So interesting – like icy starbursts.

  11. Very appropriate title – reminiscent of angiographs.

  12. Last one looks like a neuron with all its dendritic branches!!!! I like it very much!

  13. Love these images Very interesting. Your thoughts on them?

  14. M m m ? !
    Fascinating —- or spooky 🙂

  15. exiledprospero said:

    or veins in the ice — these terms are so versatile that they’re interchangeable.

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