Natural landscapes: spring ice in a macro world


Because of plunging overnight temperatures, spring is often a great time to photograph fascinating patterns of thin, fragile ice. There was plenty to enjoy along the Bow River, so I looked for compelling arrangments with river-worn rock. In this case, I decided to include the receding icy snow that was nearby. Pretty interesting, eh? 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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