Skip to content
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Farktography) Farktography Theme of Farktography Contest No. 303: "Old Man Winter" Details and rules in first post. LGT next week's theme   (farktography.net) divider line
    More: Farktography, Contests  
•       •       •

787 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Feb 2011 at 12:01 AM (9 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



176 Comments     (+0 »)
 
View Voting Results: Votes


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | Newest | Show all


Skipped 34 non-voting comments in this thread
Show all
 
2011-02-23 8:00:10 PM  
Description: It's cold outside, Baby! Show us your cold weather shots!

We ask that before submitting your photos you read and adhere to the following submission rules, including but not limited to the following:

- Submissions must be photographs; screen captures do not count as photographs.
- You must be the original photographer of your entry. Do not submit anyone else's photography as your own.
- You are only allowed to enter a photograph once. Do not submit the same photo to another contest later.
- You may enter 3 photos in each contest as long as each photo is of a different composition.
- Please post each photo separately so they can be voted for individually.



Please note:

The overarching ideal behind Farktography is that image corrections are acceptable, while adding or removing elements in the image (e.g. removing telephone poles, adding Elvis) is not acceptable. HDR, stitching, or otherwise combining exposures in post processing are not allowed unless specified for a particular theme (multiple exposures done in-camera are acceptable, however).
See the rules for more information on acceptable modifications, or check in at the Farktography Forums.


Legal: All photographers submitting photos to this contest are the legal copyright holders for the photos submitted and the photos are not to be considered free for any other use without written consent from the submitting photographers.

- Drop by the Farktography Forum (for chatting, critique, techtalk and so on)
- Stats can be found here.
- Image hosting sites can be found here.
 
2011-02-23 8:00:27 PM  
speedpicks.comView Full Size

 
2011-02-23 8:00:29 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

LEDs under Ice
LED's with cr2032 button batteries, tossed onto the table at the beginning of the Icepocalypse. They burned for 17 days.

 
2011-02-23 8:00:32 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

Click fir Flickr
^
"Venus Rising from Snow"

 
2011-02-23 8:00:47 PM  

buckscorner.comView Full Size


Welcome to NY, Island Boy

My greeting six days after moving from Hawai'i to upstate NY.


Bigr at Flickr

 
2011-02-23 8:00:49 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size
Pops to much bigger and better where you can see the cool ice formations on the ground as well


 
2011-02-23 8:00:49 PM  
photos.imageevent.comView Full Size


(pops to larger)



Two Angels

 
2011-02-23 8:00:52 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

I. Hope for Spring
lightbox

 
2011-02-23 8:01:04 PM  
speedpicks.comView Full Size

 
2011-02-23 8:01:07 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Freezing mist....




biggr on flickr
 
2011-02-23 8:01:13 PM  
One of three...

Yes, it snows in Texas


i201.photobucket.comView Full Size

 
2011-02-23 8:01:14 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

Click for Flickr
^
"Paternal Obligations"

 
2011-02-23 8:01:16 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Footsteps in the Snow
Harkness State Park after Snowmaggedeon 2011

Click here for larger at Flickr.

 
2011-02-23 8:01:23 PM  

buckscorner.comView Full Size


Old Man Winter...

...he's a perv.


Bigr at Flickr

 
2011-02-23 8:01:24 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

Ice Fortress
Lighting was a droplight and a draped gel filter

 
2011-02-23 8:01:26 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size
Pops to much bigger and better


 
2011-02-23 8:01:31 PM  
photos.imageevent.comView Full Size

(pops to larger)

Tubing in Mopsy's Backyard
(8 mm Peleng Fish-eye, cropped to center)

 
2011-02-23 8:01:34 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

II. Winter Strikes Back
lightbox

 
2011-02-23 8:01:41 PM  
speedpicks.comView Full Size


Nuclear Winter

 
2011-02-23 8:01:50 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


...Frozen mist!




biggr on flickr
 
2011-02-23 8:01:55 PM  
fossilspringsaz.comView Full Size

Not. Yet.
Click image for bigger, better quality. Oh, and snowflakes. You know--for the kids.

 
2011-02-23 8:01:56 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Winter Sunset
Groton, CT

Click here for larger at Flickr.

 
2011-02-23 8:01:59 PM  

buckscorner.comView Full Size


Mood Lighting

My landlord's kids made a skating rink out of refrozen meltwater, complete with mood lighting. I wasn't about to let it go unphotographed.


Bigr at Flickr

 
2011-02-23 8:02:03 PM  
lh4.googleusercontent.comView Full Size


Snow covered Mt. Tom, late season 2010. 1/3, pops.
 
2011-02-23 8:02:03 PM  
Two of three


i201.photobucket.comView Full Size
">

 
2011-02-23 8:02:03 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

Click for Flickr
^
"Down the Hall"

 
2011-02-23 8:02:04 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size
Pops to much bigger and better


 
2011-02-23 8:02:07 PM  
farm5.static.flickr.comView Full Size

8 days later...
Solid ice underwheel.

 
2011-02-23 8:02:20 PM  
Lake Tahoe in the Morning

follandfamily.comView Full Size

(better popped larger)

 
2011-02-23 8:02:26 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size

III. Return of the Snow
lightbox

 
2011-02-23 8:02:43 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Sankt Polten - Austria




biggr on flickr
 
2011-02-23 8:02:46 PM  
photos.imageevent.comView Full Size


Blowing Snow

 
2011-02-23 8:02:55 PM  
farm5.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Mt. Rainier in Winter

Click here for larger at Flickr.

 
2011-02-23 8:02:59 PM  
farm3.static.flickr.comView Full Size
 
2011-02-23 8:03:04 PM  
lh6.googleusercontent.comView Full Size


A pair of ice cubes endure the brutal southern Arizona winter by...melting. Pretty fast too-by the end of the shoot my model ice cubes were more liquid than solid. 2/3, pops.
 
2011-02-23 8:03:05 PM  
12/21/10 Decorating

follandfamily.comView Full Size

(^)

 
2011-02-23 8:03:05 PM  
i1237.photobucket.comView Full Size

Old man winters house

 
2011-02-23 8:03:21 PM  
i55.tinypic.comView Full Size

A snowy sunset

 
2011-02-23 8:03:21 PM  
photos.imageevent.comView Full Size

(pops to 1400 x 1400)


Snowflake on Glass
(backlit with LED flashlight)

 
2011-02-23 8:03:21 PM  
1/3
i31.photobucket.comView Full Size


Speedskating at the Canada Games
 
2011-02-23 8:03:31 PM  
fossilspringsaz.comView Full Size

Carved wood life sized bear, luring traffic to a business. None too happy about it, either.
Pops bigger, better quality.

 
2011-02-23 8:03:39 PM  
Three of three

Yes, this is the thermometer on my patio door, pic taken at 5:00pm


i201.photobucket.comView Full Size



biggeranted (pops oh my!)

 
2011-02-23 8:03:40 PM  
farm5.static.flickr.comView Full Size

width="640" height="428">

Biggie at Flickr (new window)

-40° Baby
 
2011-02-23 8:03:46 PM  
 
2011-02-23 8:03:48 PM  

Outdoor hockey 12/31/10


follandfamily.comView Full Size

(^)

 
2011-02-23 8:03:58 PM  
i54.tinypic.comView Full Size

Snow heart

 
2011-02-23 8:04:23 PM  


Moonbow 2/16/11


follandfamily.comView Full Size

(^)

 
2011-02-23 8:04:28 PM  
Ode to a Forest on My Car One Winter Day

follandfamily.comView Full Size

(pops larger)

 
2011-02-23 8:04:32 PM  
2/3
i31.photobucket.comView Full Size


Zamboni!
(ok, it was really Olympia brand...)
 
2011-02-23 8:04:35 PM  
farm6.static.flickr.comView Full Size


Steam rising off the Riviere St-Francois, Drummondville, PQ

 
Skipped 34 non-voting comments in this thread
Show all

Displayed 50 of 176 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Votes

This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking





On Twitter



  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.