Natural landscapes: the dance of ice and water

WINTER AT SINCLAIR CREEK, KOOTENAY NATIONAL PARK, BRITISH COLUMBIA

I had planned all along to finish my day-long photo trip with a stop at this stream in the Canadian Rockies. As you can see, I was not disappointed.
The sun had set by the time I made this picture and I needed a 15-second exposure to compensate for the declining light. In fact, my long-exposure picture-making along this creek ended when my camera battery ran out of power.
The picture works very well in colour (which you can see here: https://bit.ly/SinclairCreek), but I knew it would be quite attractive in monotone. Do you agree?
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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