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Minus Four But Worth It...

By billydo  
Parts of Suffolk experienced a "rime frost" last Friday, but I couldn't get out to see it all! Managed to get out on Saturday and although the morning didn't appear to be quite as spectacular I still managed to get a few shots I was pleased with.

Thanks for looking.

Neal.

Tags: General Landscape and travel

Voters: rocky41, shona, OAKEY and 26 more


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OAKEY 8 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:25PM
Lovely frosty scene and very well captured. Shaun

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cassiecat 7 39 46 England
11 Jan 2009 8:26PM
like the composition.lesley
Eightball 8 14 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:30PM
Great shot, but what is a rime frost?
passaro 8 9 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:39PM
Great shot, nice composition. Is this slightly sepia, or natural colours.
videotec 7 8 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:51PM
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Quote:Great shot, but what is a rime frost?

Rime frost is- Quote---thick white frost formed especially from frozen water droplets from clouds or fog--"rimy"--[b][b]-frosty--covered with rime--Anglo Saxon HRIM---un-quote..[/b][/b]
Hope you don't mind me explaing the meaning of rime, as Eightball wanted to know.
These shots are one of my favourite types and this is superb
Regards
Pete
Terry_R 10 20 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:59PM
Lovely image and the sweep of the reeds lead the eye in well. The warm tones seem to contradict slightly with the freezing conditions. I bet this will be spectacular in black&white or cool toned.
comma 8 108 6 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 9:13PM
A wonderful image. A fine composition.
billydo Plus
12 79 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 9:32PM
Thanks very much for the feedback everyone, especially Pete (videotec) for the description of a rime frost. This type of frost was new to me, but magical to witness... tiny glistening particles of ice floating down like very fine snow, and with the freezing temperatures the scenery changed dramatically in a short period of time.

Passaro: I guess that my choice of a cloudy white balance may be the cause of the toning that you see.

Neal.
Woofmix 7 69 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 9:47PM
Great shot

Paul
BURNBLUE Plus
10 12 1 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 10:48PM
Its a cracker!!
tull 12 181 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2009 6:05PM
Rime frost? Glad you're reading that dictionary I got you for xmas lad! Another cracker mate, lovely tones.

Mark
20 Jan 2009 8:56PM
Lovely shot Neal, don't know about reading the dictionary thought you were eating it!
Super winter scene.
Ricardo

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