Natural landscapes: steps of ice

LATE WINTER AT HEALEY FALLS, NEAR PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO

A 150-metre wide series of limestone steps makes up Healey Falls, over which flows the Trent River as it makes its way to Lake Ontario east of Toronto (Canada’s largest city). There are hundreds of steps of varying thickness here, so I had a great time roaming pretty much anywhere I wanted to find and photograph various combinations of rock, water and ice. Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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