Tuesday, February 9, 2010


On a cold morning in early January I stopped at a local lake just after a very very small snow squall had passed through. By the time I'll pulled off the road and grabbed my Holga the snow had melted and the sun was shining again.

The lake hadn't frozen over yet. The red light leaks are characteristic of Holga cameras.

More docks.

What appear to be white flecks on the lake are small ice balls which formed when the snow hit the cold water.

The sumac adds a bit of bright color.

The sunset later that day.

1 comment:

YTSL said...

Hi sbk --

Really like pictures #3 and #4 from the top. Re the former: ice balls... wow... the only ones I've personal experience of are those that get coated with rose and sasparrila (sp.?) syrup and one then has great fun partaking of on hot days in Malaysia... ;b