Last weekend, we finally got a nice frost and it was well received by prairie macro photographers like me.
By which I mean me. I received the frost well.
Here are some photos of that frost at Lincoln Creek Prairie, here in Aurora, Nebraska. These were all photographed where I found them in the prairie and without the use of flash. The dark backgrounds on some of them are from patches of shade behind them.
The frozen crystals were exquisite and I was really grateful to be able to admire them through my macro lens. Capturing images of what I saw was nice too, but I would have been satisfied just to look at the frost. Fortunately, I was able to do both because that made it a lot easier to put together this blog post. I hope you enjoy the photos.
It really looks like lace or crystals. The shapes appear so geometric & similar. Great to be reminded of the details in the micro world.
Thank you for the beautiful photos.
Holy Buckets! What stunning photos!
thank you again for your exception close up details
I never realized that many frost particles are square in nature. Similar to salt. There is science in there somewhere.
Absolutely stunning photos, I love early sunny morning runs after a frost, but this is a completely different understanding of it Thank you !
Beautifully captured proof that the art in Nature cannot be improved upon.
Make sure you do close-ups of these photos Sylvia
I really enjoyed seeing these photos.
These are stunning. Thank you for sharing.