Natural landscapes: the rocks of winter


I had a great time carefully walking along this icey shoreline, looking for gatherings of rocks that would make for pleasing compositions. A telephoto lens was crucial to make closeup views like this.
Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter

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ice rocks shoreline Canada Whitby

2 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: the rocks of winter

  1. At first glance I thought the processing had created the slight softening of detail, but then on closer inspection I see the film of ice. It makes a very attractive image, Frank, especially with the inclusion of that contrasting orange stone. A bit tricky under foot I would imagine under those conditions.

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