Madison Indiana Photography

” Winter Creek “


Another shot from the ice storm we experienced a couple weeks ago,  temperatures have now rebounded and it looks like we are in for a bout of heavy rain and thunderstorms, I will take that over winter weather anytime !!

It’s hard to believe but people are still without power in south central Kentucky and it could take another ten days to get all the power back up,  back here at home things are back to normal,  in about another month I could actually be shooting early season wildflowers…. I can’t tell you how ready I am !!

This is a shot from a bridge overlooking Big Creek here in the Madison Indiana area, I really liked this as a b&w and the curve in the creek is kinda neat, I drove around for few hours looking for comps in the snow and ice and came up with a couple that I enjoyed.  The ice storm brought a lot of beauty too the area but I am ready for the color and warmth of spring, I don’t find much color in winter so I convert just about all of it to b&w I guess it reflects my state of mind about the season !!

I am sure just about everyone else is tiring of winter as well so I won’t bore you with my complaining too much, hopefully wherever you are is beginning to make the turn towards warmer weather and the beauty of spring, hang in there it is just around the corner !!

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February 9, 2009 - Posted by | art, Clifty Falls, creek, hiking, ice, images, indiana, landscapes, life, Madison Indiana, nature, nature photography, outdoors, photographer, photography, random, travel, West Street Art Center, winter

15 Comments »

  1. Lovely shot. That “s” curve really pulls the eye into the photo.
    BTW, it’s been in the low 70s down here in the South. 😉

    Comment by Lana | February 10, 2009 | Reply

  2. Bernie, that’s just great photography! So well done!

    Comment by montucky | February 10, 2009 | Reply

  3. Love the “S” shape in the ice leading the eye away. I’m not sick of winter at all – heck, we still need several more good solid storms to avoid a draught

    Comment by Adam R. Paul | February 10, 2009 | Reply

  4. We have had a warm up also and surprised our creeks are not up higher! I just hope heavy rains don’t come!

    Comment by mon@rch | February 11, 2009 | Reply

  5. Like everyone else said, the “S” shape is really wonderful and pulls the eye in. I can’t wait for the Pittsburgh winter to be over either.

    Comment by Howard Grill | February 12, 2009 | Reply

  6. This is a great winter shot, the creek really makes your eye move through the photo. Though I am more than ready for some spring color myself. I’m hoping mid-March, but that might be wishful thinking.

    Comment by Bo | February 12, 2009 | Reply

  7. This is absolutely gorgeous!

    Comment by Hope | February 14, 2009 | Reply

  8. Beautiful photo ! Well taken !

    The thick white snow gives this B&W photo a great aura and it just stands out !

    Hope the weather turns warmer for you soon !

    JH
    http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

    Comment by JH | February 14, 2009 | Reply

  9. I’ve always found ice and moving water to be a great subject.

    Comment by Descartes | February 15, 2009 | Reply

  10. Thanks for all the comments guys !!

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | February 15, 2009 | Reply

  11. Great photo Bernie and I would have loved to have been there when you took it!

    Comment by Artist Boyd Greene | February 18, 2009 | Reply

  12. This is a very cool abstract Bernie. The soft edges in here are very painterly.

    Comment by Richard Wong | February 18, 2009 | Reply

  13. beautiful meanders!

    Comment by ankush | February 20, 2009 | Reply

  14. What camera do you shoot with? I live in utah and in the winter my nikon D90 gets really sluggish in the cold. But snow really does make for some nice contrasty pictures. You should come see my utah wedding photography website that explains how to turn your talents into a business through some effective marketing online. I’m trying to let people know that it is possible to market effectively with little or no money, because most photographers lose all their money on equipment

    Comment by Jesse | March 18, 2009 | Reply

  15. I love Black & White photos! On a side note, I added you to my blogroll. I’d appreciate a link back, if that’s at all possible. Love your blog!

    Thomas 🙂

    Comment by Thomas | March 24, 2009 | Reply


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