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Photo of the Week

A lens of thin ice has formed on a shallow moorland pool in Cumbria, a feature known locally as a ‘poddle’ or bog puddle. Geometric shaped ice crystal structures form when the skin of water is able to cool very slowly, due to warm ground temperatures. Beneath the ice, mirroring the open sky above, fermenting grasses reflect an amber glaze like lost jewels.

Photograph by John Macfarlane

About John Macfarlane

John Macfarlane lives in Cumbria, with his wife Rosamund, another keen photographer. They are both patrons of Friends of the Lake District. His interests in photography include wildlife, travel, landscape, and subscape photography in the mountain becks, pots and falls of the Lake District and Scotland. He enjoys using images and video for visual story telling and lecturing.

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