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The ice has melted along the shoreline of most lakes. As the wind moves the ice around, it is pushed up on shore, breaking into millions of crystal clear shards. If there’s just a small breeze, the broken pieces, in the water, tinkle, like pieces of glass.

Thunder Lake, Aaron Provincial Park
Dryden, Ontario, Canada

Olympus E-510; 14-42 mm lens
ISO 100; f:16; 1/500 second
Equivalent focal length: 28 mm

Group Feature:
Lake Superior Artists – May 2, 2010
Made By Nature – June 29, 2010

Top Ten Challenge Placement:
Made by Nature – All About Ice – June 28, 2010

Comments

  • BeautifulRust
    BeautifulRustover 4 years ago

    This is an AMAZING piece of art. What a beautiful, abstract photo. Everything about it is so appealing. It’s like you broke open a geode and held it to the light.

  • Thank your very much, BeautifulRust !

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Cheryl Dunning
    Cheryl Dunningover 4 years ago

    yes it does look beautiful!

  • Thank ya, Cheryl ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Lee-Anne Carver
    Lee-Anne Carverover 4 years ago

    Nice one Stan! Don’t you love the sound that ice makes in the wind and waves?

  • Thanks much, Lee-Anne !
    That little tinkle is sooooo soothing; like a delicate little wind chime. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Tracy Faught
    Tracy Faughtover 4 years ago

    WOW!! Thats very beautiful!! Looks like the Fortress of Solitude….lol!! Superman reference, sorry :]
    The light through it is magic!! :P

  • Thanks a lot, Tracy, for the comment and the fave! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 4 years ago

    Stan,,,,,,,,,,this is beautiful. I can almost hear the tinkling:-))
    While the ice on Lake Winnipeg was beautiful to see, this would be too, much more delicate and gentle, love it and a fave for me before I even wrote

  • Thank you very much for such an encouraging comment and the fave, Vickie !
    When we got there, I was afraid we wouldn’t find much. The ice seemed to be piled on the opposite side of the lake, which is inaccessable. We followed one of the trails we were down a few days ago and found this very near to yesterday’s post of Out of the Ice. Pays not to give up too easily. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • RavenSoul
    RavenSoulover 4 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL!

  • Thanks a lot, RavenSoul ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Marie  Morrison
    Marie Morrisonover 4 years ago

    Wow Stan ! this is a fantastic Capture ! beautiful ! love it ! :)

  • Kind thanks, Marie, for both the comment and the fave !
    Glad you liked it. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Ellen Cotton
    Ellen Cottonover 4 years ago

    Wow!!! I’ve never seen anything like this before, Stan!! Fantastic!!!!!

  • E !
    You’re in California !!!
    That’s almost at the equator. lol.
    Thanks a lot for both the comment and the fave.
    Always our pleasure to hear from you. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • John Poon
    John Poonover 4 years ago

    Great PoV!

  • Thank you very much, John ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago


    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

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