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Cold Heart, Warm Hands?

Photography Urban/Cityscape posted on Jan 27, 2015
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When my husband and I came out of the restaurant on the town hall square last Sunday, we found a large chunk of generally heart-shaped ice had been deposited on the stone tiles in front of the town hall. There were only a few shards of shattered ice around it, and it appeared to have been gently lowered to the tiles--it hadn't been dropped from a plane overhead, for example. There was some melting around it. Not much, but it was cold that evening, temperature right around freezing. I have no idea where it came from and I don't see anything in any of the papers. Interesting.

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LivingPixels

12:19PM | Tue, 27 January 2015

It is interesting my friend lovely capture!!

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QuietRiot

6:17PM | Tue, 27 January 2015

Too bad you couldn't get a shot from above. It looks like someone put a lot of work into that!

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sharky_

3:03AM | Wed, 28 January 2015

Good One... Aloha

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VDH

12:42PM | Tue, 10 February 2015

Very interesting capture!!


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Photograph Details
F Numberf/2.8
MakeCanon
ModelCanon DIGITAL IXUS 120 IS
Shutter Speed1/40
ISO Speed3200
Focal Length5

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