Ice Drawings Posted byelenacaravela January 8, 2013 38 Comments on Ice Drawings Share this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by elenacaravela My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention. View more posts
Planets, worm trails and skies in the ice..fantastic!
Yes! Isn’t nature just the best?
Awesome pictures, Elena.
Oh wait, it’s the headache reading, they ARE AMAZING photos! I’m going back to bed now.
OMG! these are NOT photos??? I thought they were amazing photos, but they are amazing on steroids drawings? You floor me.
I have to be more careful with my titles. Feel better:)
I thought it was photography at first this is amazing, you are too. Loved it. Thanks and Love, nia
Photography. Thanks for your faith in my drafting skills Nia!
oh wow, I thought they were photographs at first! so realistic, but with a dreamy quality too – beautiful!
I wish your first assumption was correct but alas it is photography-tricky title.
The swirls and irregular curves look beautiful frozen that way.
What Nature can do. Thanks Allyson.
Great details, Elena – they remind me of Eric Gill reliefs.
Yes, def. relief-esce. Thanks Richard.
Brrrutiful! Waiting for snow….
YaY, or maybe not;)
So wonderful, Elena! I love how these set our imaginations off! Fabulous!
Thanks so much!
Thank you! Mother Nature’s doing really:)
Lovely Elena.. I long for just a little bit of winter.. we just have pretty endless greyness and rain here
We’ve enjoyed a couple of good snows. Hope one comes your way soon.
Thanks to a comment about the Wicked Witch I noticed the different drawings! the first one is cool…a dolphin looking image…porpoise? did I get the animal right?
There’s no wrong;)
Love it! Especially the third.
Yes!! All very different. I like the wicked witch in the third one and also the eccentric guy in the first peering round a rock or object of some kind. (He’s more obvious if you rotate the image). But the abstract patterns are interesting without the narrative dimension.
Thanks Louis, I agree, with or without.
Contour maps of the pond. Very cool!
Ice and water in all it’s formation possibilities is truly astounding.
Ok, it’s official. Nature is neat! My favorite is that alien landscape at the bottom, with the moon (if you rotate it 90 degree counter clockwise, anyway). 🙂
It is indeed official!:)