Frozen Falls


Another image to cool down with, this is Little Clifty Falls and I shot this image after a long cold spell last February, this falls stands about 70 feet and was frozen from top to bottom. It took about a month for this to freeze up like this and on the day I captured this image we were right at the beginning of a warm spell, I could here the ice cracking and beginning to break up, needless to say I didn’t linger in the area long after I shot this photo. But once again another one of the sights you just don’t see unless you get off your rear and venture out on a hike. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.

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7 thoughts on “Frozen Falls

  1. montucky

    Beautiful shot of a magnificent scene! That falls is awesome! And you’re so right about getting off your duff and venturing out!

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  2. paintingartist

    Nice exposure on a subject that can be hard to meter correctly. Would have been easy to blow out the highlights but you didn’t. I love this amazing shot with beautiful tones and soft contrasts.

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  3. Photo Buffet

    This is one of those photos many of us won’t see for ourselves. It’s an amazing ice sculpture! Thanks for sharing it, Bernie. Sure am glad you ventured out and captured it. Superb work!

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  4. truddle

    What an amazing photo!

    I finally had some time this morning to venture deeper into your blog – something that I have been wanting to do since I first discovered it. Bernie your work is out of this world beautiful – and I just wanted to take a minute to Thank you for sharing!

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