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One must suffer for your art correct? Well this might fit, I headed out this cold December dawn a year ago with temps at -5 and windchill at -30. A bit chilly and I learned that if you take a glove and grab a metal tripod leg your hand will stick at least for a few moments. I hope the image was worth it!

The frozen surface of Mud Lake just after dawn one cold winter morning. The long shadows of the tree stumps making eerie lines across the ice and skiff of snow on top.
Mud Lake, WA, USA

Taken with Canon 5D and 17-40L

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Comments

  • Charlene Aycock IPA
    Charlene Aycoc...about 7 years ago

    ANOTHER GREAT ONE FROM YOU

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusabout 7 years ago

    Excellent capture, it was worth it Mike stunning shot.

  • Gayle Shaw
    Gayle Shawabout 7 years ago

    Well worth the effort! This is stunning!

  • Leah Highland
    Leah Highlandabout 7 years ago

    Outstanding!

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottabout 7 years ago

    well worth it, great image !!

  • midzing
    midzingabout 7 years ago

    fantastic shot,,,I love this, well done

  • helene
    heleneabout 7 years ago

    Wonderful work Mike – definitely worth the effort!

  • Robert Mullner
    Robert Mullnerabout 7 years ago

    Great image Mike…yes the long shadows make the shot I think…rgs, Rob.

  • Davies
    Daviesabout 7 years ago

    This is just beautiful Mike, I can feel the cold coming though the screen on my computer.

  • DawsonImages
    DawsonImagesabout 7 years ago

    Thanks everyone, that may be as cold as I have ever been out shooting

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