Posted by: Phil | January 23, 2011

Ice geometry.


This time of the year is perfect to examine how ice forms and behaves in bodies of water. Early January I was near a river and was able to take some pictures of floating blocks of ice, but as well very slim ice wedges, usually of a rectangular nature. No doubt that a dam that is further upstream contributes to creating these geometric features of the ice floating in the water. \the rushing waters disturb the ice pack and separates the ice in various shapes.

Sony W1, f/100

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