Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Iceland-ing

Andy | Tuesday, January 02, 2018 | | Best Blogger Tips
Landing on a fresh coating of smooth ice. Not to worry... it was a perfect landing.

30 comments:

  1. Beautiful capture in flight. I like colors also

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  2. Nice play of words and a wonderful capture. Keep that spirit op this year and it can't go wrong. Nice one Andy.

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  3. ooh i love this, it's a beautiful capture!

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  4. A beautiful moment, despite the cold.
    Happy New Year!

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  5. I bet the ducks and geese are pretty good at those landings. Great photo!

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  6. Andy, that is a magnificent photograph! So beautifully done with amazing colors!

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    1. Thank you. It was real nothing but luck of bring in the right place at the right time.

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  7. Andy, did they thrash around and break the ice up?

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    1. lol they had a nice slide then walked away.

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  8. Another super fun shot. How do they brake? Oops! That first one hit a log sticking out of the ice. Nah, that's just in my imagination! I'd tell you to stay warm but I don't think you're gonna do that! :)

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  9. Wow a sea of ice.. Hope they were prepared for a hard landing ;)

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  10. Very pretty! Do birds slide when they land on ice - or maybe just take off again? I’d like to see!

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    1. They do hang out on the ice. Because of predators they spend their nighttime hours in open water.

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  11. Great photo! I think the ice surprises them sometimes! I've watched them hit pretty hard like they were expecting soft water.

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  12. You caught a great moment, including very nice reflections. I'd imagine it was fun to watch them skid on the ice?

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    1. They seem to handle the the slipping and sliding but yes, they are fun to watch.

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  13. Ice skating when they landed I expect.
    Good shot.

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  14. Muy bello este instante que has captado, amigo

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