For those of you that think global warming is nonsense, you really need to think again. Our object today was to photograph the inside of an Ice Cave, something I had been looking forward to for some time. The temperature at the entrance was what we would normally expect in the summer months, 6 degrees C. Higher than normal temperature means lots of thawing, rain vs. snow means lots of water. At the end of the day, the entrance was simply to dangerous to enter. Unstable roof area, falling rocks, raging water....get the picture.
Despite all of this, the beauty was incredible. As we move further inland and east, we are hopeful we will get another chance of an Ice Cave.
Shooting details, Hasselblad H6D50c, 28mm, 3 stop ND, f/8 at 1 sec, three shots - focus stacked.
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