Natural landscapes: in a world of ice

WINTER AT SPENCER CREEK, NEAR HAMILTON, ONTARIO

This is the view from the top of Webster’s Falls, one of the most popular waterfalls in the Canadian province of Ontario. The water spray creates a fantastical world of ice and frost at the bottom. I was heading to stairs down into the gorge when I spotted this person making his (her?) way through the ice formations. Makes for a pretty cool photo, eh?  🙂
Nikon D50, tripod

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winter Canada Hamilton Webster's Falls

One thought on “Natural landscapes: in a world of ice

  1. Beatiful, Very nice. Fantasztikusan érdekes a víz által létre hozott képződmény, és remekül sikerült felvétel. Thank You Frank

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