Layers of terraced ice in a woodland depression
Layers of terraced ice in a woodland depression

The reality of this scene was a little difficult to shoot. The depression was probably 4-6″ deep, and the ice had formed progressive terraces in built-up layers. A thin, transparent layer of ice covered the whole thing, leaves, log and all. I shot a bit into the sun to capture some of the reflection off the surface ice.

Sony RX100 II, 10.4mm, ISO 160, f/10, 1/100″ exposure

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