Spring water splashing and freezing over moss-covered rocks creates one of my favorite winter macros. I often photograph the same site, knowing that these are incredibly dynamic landscapes that never repeat. They’re also fleeting. I had hoped to do more with this particular formation but the next day found nothing but melting snow and rushing water – no ice.
Photos by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.
At least you managed to catch these beauties. Momma Nature doesn’t always wait around for us shutterbugs. 😀
What beauty Mother Nature can deliver. Lovely photos.
Fantastic images, Nick.
Late winter is a time when simple pleasures, like ice crystals glistening in a ray of filtered sunlight, can refresh the nature connection and literally save the day.