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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Icy Imprint


Walking along through the crusty, icy snow we noticed a trail of hoofprints that jetted off into the woods. I liked this one cause it had melted just enough that you could see the ground peeking through.

21 comments:

Nanka said...

Quaintly interesting capture!!

Granny Smith said...

What an evocative photo! I prefer it to wider views of snow which don't feel - well, how should I say it? - crunchy!

LĂșcia said...

Cool shot! ;-)

Leslie: said...

Fabulous photo! :)

Leslie
ABCW Team

ladyfi said...

Fascinating! Looks like a nose with nostrils...

photowannabe said...

Perfect capture of the icy imprint. Do you think winter will ever be over?

Jingle said...

neat shot.
wow.

Jedediah said...

Interesting capture. I like how well defined the hoofprint is, although it has melted away a bit.

joco said...

Deep snow, by the looks of it.

Tumblewords: said...

How interesting that is! The snow looks quite deep for the print to embed to the soil. Wonderful capture.

Joy said...

Are you sure its not two eyes looking back at you:-)

Shooting Parrots said...

I agree that it looks like a macros of a nose print in snow!

Roger Owen Green said...

nifty shot!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

AkasaWolfSong said...

Amazing! Reminds me of the Marshmallow Campfire dude, lol...

Great Shot!

Ms. Burrito said...

Interesting!


Please come and see my ABC Wednesday post, thanks!

Rosy said...

My first thought when first seen this photo when much smaller of course over at the ABC Wednesday I thought I was looking at a nose! ha ha ha

Wow what a big surprise I had gotten after now seeing what this really is...great capture.

Wanda said...

Well that is a great shot...almost looks like eyes peering out of the snow.

Jay at The Depp Effect said...

How lovely! Beautifully clear, too, isn't it?

I've photographed my dogs' footprints in snow, many times. :)

Misfit in Paradise said...

I could not tell what it was from the thumbnail. Very cool!
Donna - ABC Team

Meryl said...

It looks like an INVERTED snout!

Thanks,
Meryl

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Wow! At first I thought it was a pig's snout. What a great discovery to come upon. Thanks for sharing.