Natural landscapes: the artistry of ice
WINTER AT ABRAHAM LAKE, ALBERTA
This man-made lake in the Canadian Rockies is famous for the methane that produces cascades of stunning ice bubbles. I wasn’t there at quite the right time (a recent melt obscured many bubbles), but still managed to find compelling scenes like this.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, one or two graduated density (darkening) filters on the sky.
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