The winter has many faces, and none moreso than when snow starts melting, but the cold nights refreeze it.
I’m still experimenting with macrophotography and attempted to take some images of the snow as it looks now, having been frozen, melted and refrozen. Inside the new crystals are amazing shapes, cracks and colour.
In these two photos, the way that air bubbles have been held tightly inside their frozen cell. Also, the water reflects what is around it, and you may notice the blue sky being reflected in the clear ice.
Both photos were taken with my Canon XS, kit lens with extension ring (12mm), ISO 200, F5.6, Focal Length 28.0mm. 1st Photo at 1/800, 2nd at 1/1250.