Ice Map

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Another photograph taken in Port Renfrew two years ago.

It was cold on that trip. The puddles were frozen.

To see other Port Renfrew photos, click here.

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Canon 5Dii, EF 50/1.4 lens, ISO200, f3.5, 1/1000th. Processed in Lightroom and Topaz B&W Effects

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15 thoughts on “Ice Map

    • Hi Andy. Melinda pointed me to that post of yours, which I had not yet had a look at. There is a remarkable similarity which must be related in some way to the physics of thin ice forming on shallow water. My shot had very little colour, and I wanted to accentuate the white lines so as to make them more like contours, hence the conversion.

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    • Thanks Melinda – I love that quote that Andy includes with his post. Very apt. I think less of coats and more of grippy shoes when I see ice – there is nothing quite like an explosive loss of traction, arms and legs flying in all directions. Going to an ice fight armed only with a tailbone is sure to hurt.

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