It was a chilly morning for late April and no puddle went unfrozen.
I couldn’t resist how nicely the tree in the center was framed by the branches above and the ice covered shrubs below. Add a moody sky and light shining on the water and, in my eye, a wonderful composition.
Nothing is safe when the waves come crashing off Lake Superior. If it’s in the “spray zone” it’s going to be coated in ice.
A frozen landscape that seems inhospitable to any life. But lack of life does not mean lack of beauty.
The temperature drops below zero, the waves wash over the shoreline and creates unusual formations.
My third shot on my recent outing was of a frozen bubble. This was the most difficult image and I still need to perfect the process. Wind played a role in shortening the life of my bubbles and trying to get an image before they popped was not easy. Of the attempts, this was the best and I’m not overly excited by it, but I will continue to try.