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The ice starts as a sheet on the lake's surface, forming with days of sub-freezing temperatures. Strong winds crack the ice and break it into large floating pieces. Then the winds push the ice from the Canadian side until something stops it... in this case, the Grosse Point Farms shoreline. Some of the ice floes in the foreground of this photograph stand 15 feet in the air. What you see is a mostly-frozen lake. As the sun's first rays hit the ice and I clicked away, the ice started making deafening cracking noises and "glass shattering" noises. I spent almost six hours behind the lens that morning for the exact shot I wanted.
(2007)
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