View 265: Water and Ice

Ithaca Falls in winter near Ithaca, New York.

Ithaca Falls in winter near Ithaca, New York.
Nikon D700/28-300VR, f/16, ISO 200, EV 0, 28mm focal length, HDR Image

The transformation of Ithaca Falls in winter is an amazing sight.  Where water flowed freely was now incased in icicles.  Where the water still flows is now restricted and takes different paths down the rocky cascade.

A close up view shows how the water flow is much different than during the warmer months.

Water flows between the ice on Ithaca Falls near Ithaca, New York.

Water flows between the ice on Ithaca Falls near Ithaca, New York.
Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/10s, f/36, ISO 200, EV 0, 135mm focal length, tripod

I was accompanied on this winter adventure yesterday by fellow bloggers Barbara of The Aspiring Photographer, Debbie of My Life in CNY and photographer Andy Williams.  It was a good day to be visiting my favorite New York waterfalls.

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7 Responses to View 265: Water and Ice

  1. Looks like I missed a great day for waterfall images! Hopefully there will be more chances this winter… ;;)

  2. Kristi Creed says:

    Cool winter shots….no pun intended with “cool” haha!

  3. lylekrahn says:

    Waterfalls with ice are so beautiful as you demonstrated

  4. montucky says:

    That’s sure pretty! Lots of ice on that falls!

  5. yesbuts says:

    I like the second shot where you have captured the power water flow and the solidity of ice.

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