Large sheets of Ice in Lake Superior

Sheets of Blue

       The ice off the shores of Black Rocks, Marquette in Lake Superior went through an interesting change lately. Warm weather came, followed quickly by cool weather then back again, making the ice go through strange transitions. For a period of two days the ice had split up into similar sized sheets, this repetition of ice shapes made for an interesting opportunity to capture Lake Superior in a way that highlights the unique stages it goes through. I hope everyone enjoys this photograph, as always, I really appreciate any type of feedback, positive or negative.

Technical details: Canon 7D, Canon 10-22mm lens (@10mm), 2-stop reverse graduated neutral density filter,  ISO 100, F/11, 1/3 sec.

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