Laguna Grey in Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia. This is where the icebergs eventually finish up. Right on the beach end of the laguna.

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  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammerover 2 years ago


  • Patrick Monnier
    Patrick Monnierover 2 years ago

    Beautiful scenery Peter. The ice duck is great !!!

  • Thanks Patrick. I thought it was more of a dragon than a duck but then I am probably wrong :-)

    – Peter Hammer

  • Patrick Monnier
    Patrick Monnierover 2 years ago

    Nonono ! I must be wrong. I’m too childish. Can’t appreciate a bath without my baby duck.
    Lol :-))))

  • Thanks Patrick. Definitely need a baby duck in a bath and I must admit that this does look like a duck. I suppose when I saw it in real life it was a bit different and the setting seemed to suggest a dragon.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 2 years ago

  • Carl Olsen
    Carl Olsenover 2 years ago

    Looks like a big duck! I always appreciate your “halo” free HDR’s Peter.

  • Thanks Carl. I hate halos :-)

    – Peter Hammer

  • Joy Rensch
    Joy Renschover 2 years ago

    Looks fabulous here at RB. I am glad to see I am not the only one to think it looks like a ice duck. :)

  • Thanks Joy. I’ll admit defeat. It’s a duck :-)

    – Peter Hammer

  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammerover 2 years ago

    Featured in Colour and Light on 4th Jan 2012.

  • Christine  Wilson Photography
    Christine Wil...over 2 years ago

    thats something you just don’t see here :)) icebergs on the beach amamzing

  • Thanks Christine. Not found in too many places and the ice tastes rather good especially on a hot day :-)

    – Peter Hammer

  • Ron53
    Ron53over 2 years ago

    Beautiful. How did you manage to combine 3 shots when there is so much water movement?.

  • Thanks Ron. The answer is I didn’t in this case use hdr. I made a mistake in the description :-( It can still work, you just have to use part of one image for the movement and photomatix also has a function to remove ghosting.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammerover 2 years ago

    Featured in New Dimensions on 11 Jan 2012.

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