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And the River Choked with Ice Photograph by William Fields

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Comments (14)

Ashley Vincent

Ashley Vincent

Love the muted colours and the wonderfully textured feel William! F + V + FB Share :^)

William Fields replied:

Thanks for your support here and on Facebook Ashley. It means a lot.

Pedro L Gili

Pedro L Gili

An interesting capture, William! I like the overall tone of the image and, above all, the excellent process used. Very good job! g+ T L V.

William Fields replied:

Pedro, thanks very much. Your kind words are of great value to me and I'm glad for our friendship.

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

William, I could sense that the words were the voice of experience - they were just too well-expressed to be otherwise. I, too, am glad for your friendship and that your story also has a happy ending :-)

William Fields replied:

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

William, I appreciate your almost monochromatic landscape with the cold steel gray of the frozen river cutting across, but especially appreciate the words of your original prose in the description, which startlingly brought back a striking memory for me. On a bitter January morning in Oklahoma, with 10" of snow on the ground and ice glazing the water, I came home alone from driving carpool and walking 4 miles on an indoor track, to try and dip a few leaves out of our pool, lost my balance and fell in fully clothed and tired from the walk. Knowing that I had only seconds to get to the surface and get myself out, brought on such a panic that the thought of it today, more than 20 years later, still causes my heart rate to increase. Your words of the animal in the water are completely, totally and vividly true. V/F

William Fields replied:

Cheri, thank you for that courageous recollection. I'm honored that you found so much in this picture and its story. I'm very glad that you are my friend and that your story has a happy ending.

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

What an awesome capture - v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Marcia

Alan and Marcia Socolik

Alan and Marcia Socolik

wonderful! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks!

Sonali Gangane

Sonali Gangane

Lovely!V

William Fields replied:

Thanks!

Deborah Benoit

Deborah Benoit

Lovely image William!!! f/v

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Deborah!!!

Kate Brown

Kate Brown

Love the river leading to the light! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks Kate, a kind of zen landscape?

Bob Hislop

Bob Hislop

v5, a very cool image, winter is surely here.

William Fields replied:

Thanks Bob, it surely is

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

i feel the desperation in the poem...V

William Fields replied:

A very astute observation Joan. I had a heart condition that made it very difficult for me to take a breath. I had surgery on December 19th to fix the problem and it was successful. The poem is an allegory for how I felt about breathing before my surgery. Thanks for your vote

Sandra Pena de Ortiz

Sandra Pena de Ortiz

Love this image! The color effects are striking also very detailed and textured! Like the perspective very much too. F/V/Tweeted/ G+

William Fields replied:

Thank you Sandra!

Joseph Baril

Joseph Baril

Your newest creation, is beautiful, majestic, and serene- just like all the rest of your images you have. Each are truly representative of your creativity. It's almost impossible to choose a favorite. I voted for this image.

William Fields replied:

Thank you Joseph. That's very kind. You know, you could make them all favorites: ) Just a thought

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