Natural landscapes: the glowing blue of winter

ICE ON ABRAHAM LAKE, ALBERTA

This lake, a man-made creation in the Canadian Rockies, is a mecca for photographers because of the amazing ice and the even more amazing methane-caused ice bubbles. I have lots of ice bubble pictures (here’s one: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-tY), but the gigantic ice chunks also made for great photo opportunities.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: the glowing blue of winter

  1. I’ve never seen anything like this, Frank. I’m not a fan of winter frigidity and don’t live or travel to cold places, but I appreciate the beauty you capture and share…there is so much beauty to winter. This is especially curious and this photo is exquisite with its elegant arrangement of shapes, colors, textures and natural phenomenon.

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