…and a tree.

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Snow, ice, water and a tree.

Canon 5D S, Tamron SP 28-75mm f 2.8, ISO 50, 28mm, f/ 7.1, 1/200 sec.

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In Winter’s Grip

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The cold has tightened it’s grip upon the land and is making every effort to smother everything in it’s path.  I get shivers just looking at this image.

Banning Rocks!

Well, in it’s own way, yes, and it has lots of rocks.  Having been a quarry, there is evidence of quarrying activity everywhere.  There are piles of rock scattered about which are called spall piles, and larger rocks make for bigger piles and you can spot the grooves which are the marks of the churn drills.  Although I didn’t see any running water above the cliff, there must be a lot of seepage to create the ice falls.  A brief moment of sunshine aided me in capturing the imprint of the small trees near the rock face.

 

The Tenuous Edge of Seasons

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Sliding slowly toward a new state of physicality,

bonds loosen, water shifts from one state to another,

winter loses its grip and we ease into spring.

Upon Closer Examination

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Discover. Visualize. Capture. Manipulate. Share.

Ice on the shore of Lake Superior, captured with a Sony RX100 Mk5, manipulated in Silver Efex Pro 2.