Teeth of Winter

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Teeth of Winter - Winter
On a December hike up two 4000 footers, Mt. Field and Mt. Tom, I decided to explore the falls and small box canyon around Beecher Cascade. A short distance below the falls I found what I was hoping for, partially frozen stream with some open water. I arrived to this area just as winter was closing it in for the season. I was struck by this tooth like formation, as if winter was literally swallowing the stream, and set my tripod up precariously in the stream on the newly forming ice (with my body weight safely on a boulder). A long 6 second exposure created the comet-like streaking effect for the water beneath.
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Nature's Christmas Trees

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