Glacier Fire

    Newer Older

    Just as the sun was setting, the reflected light lit up the icy glacier face with sunset colors.

    Andrew D Ward, jwoodphoto, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Counting to ten 87 months ago | reply

      I'm a sucker for that transition from cool glow to warm glow on the cold ice....and what beautiful textures.

    2. mark willocks 87 months ago | reply

      Great shot! Love the abstraction of th subject and the color grade.

    3. Sandy's Candy 80 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful!

    4. firstsheaf 78 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Best of God's Creation (Contest OPEN for - SKY and WATER), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      Isn't it amazing how sunset light can make the mundane absolutely stunning? Beautiful.

    5. AnyMotion 77 months ago | reply

      Colours, light and structures are soooo great !

       NaturesFinestNaturesFinest
      Please add this great photo to Nature’s Finest
      Tag your photo with "NaturesFinest"

    6. NaturalLight 77 months ago | reply

      Thank you all for comments, favorites, and invites. One of my personal favorite images -- I don't imagine I'll ever camp at 18,800 feet and have another opportunity to shoot a glacier like this again.

    7. Tulay Emekli 77 months ago | reply

      You Are A Blue Ribbon Winner! If you haven't done so, please add your photo to:
      Blue Ribbon Photography (Invited Images ONLY)
      Please tag your photo: BlueRibbonWinner

    8. Tulay Emekli 77 months ago | reply

      I've been thinking of how fire would look on ice for quite some time!
      Yours is closest to that !Thank you !

    9. photophilde 67 months ago | reply

      great capture
      super color indeed

    10. photo61guy 52 months ago | reply

      Yes, nice light indeed.

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts