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H2O, in its three physical states, is an incredibly varied and fascinating photographic subject. This unique photograph contrasts the solid and
liquid states of H
2O, and other than a few small pebbles, it comprises everything seen here. I was exploring photo subjects one cold winter
afternoon when I came upon this roadside scene. A recent storm had deposited two feet of snow, forming interesting shapes and textures on
the rocks and banks of the creek. I was struck by the dramatic color contrast between the same physical material,
H
2O-- white snow (solid), black water (liquid).

Photo Number: 10d-01-7435-43



 
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