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Apr 4, 2013 17:52:57   #
Thessey2
 
St. Joe Michigan lighthouse and harbor light completely iced over during our past winter. This phenonmenon does not happen very often, but when it does it is a photographers delight.








 
Apr 4, 2013 17:56:36   #
Wendy2
 
How cool is that! (not pun intended) The second one looks kinda like a giant person!
Apr 4, 2013 17:56:42   #
Dennstedt
 
Number 4 image does it for me. Straighten the horizon in Photoshop, maybe a little contrast and you have a WINNER. Nice job.
Apr 4, 2013 17:59:43   #
rlaugh (a regular here)
 
Wow...what great shots!
Apr 4, 2013 17:59:56   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
This happened to Cleveland's west light about 2 winters ago,very windy,very cold that year.
Apr 4, 2013 18:00:27   #
Merlin1300
 
Thessey2 wrote:
When it does it is a photographers delight.
And I can see some of the delighted photographers in your #4 shot :-)
Very cool !! Thanks for the post !
 
Apr 4, 2013 18:46:48   #
jeanbug35 (a regular here)
 
Have never seen anything like this. Nice series.
Apr 4, 2013 18:59:12   #
briace
 
Thessey2 wrote:
St. Joe Michigan lighthouse and harbor light completely iced over during our past winter. This phenonmenon does not happen very often, but when it does it is a photographers delight.


:thumbup: :thumbup:
Apr 4, 2013 19:58:38   #
Raider Fan
 
Thessey2 wrote:
St. Joe Michigan lighthouse and harbor light completely iced over during our past winter. This phenonmenon does not happen very often, but when it does it is a photographers delight.


I shot St. Joe and South Haven lighthouses in Jan. They are cool. These are in need of some contrast and having the horizon leveled. Here is my post for them.

http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-93157-1.html
http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-93156-1.html
Apr 4, 2013 23:57:30   #
UP-2-IT
 
Thessey2 wrote:
St. Joe Michigan lighthouse and harbor light completely iced over during our past winter. This phenonmenon does not happen very often, but when it does it is a photographers delight.


Looks like 'Old Man Winter"
Apr 5, 2013 07:33:15   #
richgin60
 
Wow
 
Apr 5, 2013 07:36:12   #
prince
 
And I thought it was cold here, FANTASTIC :thumbup:
Apr 5, 2013 09:12:17   #
Reed123
 
To cold but great shots.
Apr 5, 2013 20:14:37   #
AuntieM (a regular here)
 
rlaugh wrote:
Wow...what great shots!


:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Apr 5, 2013 22:48:47   #
peggyjom
 
Wendy2 wrote:
How cool is that! (not pun intended) The second one looks kinda like a giant person!

The second one does look like a person. I was thinking a butler caring a tray! I hope it has hot cocoa on it!
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