Wonderful about photography is the play of light on color and form, its effect on shade nuances and clefts and curls. Take the ordinary, the spoon licking sweetness of vanilla ice cream and raspberry sorbet (used to be sherbet before it became ices). Make a portrait. Emerges a rosy pink hump of glaze with a few tiny crests of syrupy foam, and contours of frozen vanilla, its globlets falling away, and both ice and cream in intimate union sharing pinpricks of light in the blending of valentine colors. Bitter cold can be beautiful.