Winter at Lundbreck Falls, Alberta
As the sun began to set and the temperature began to drop, I hiked down the snow-covered stairs, waded through drifts, and climbed over the icy rocks to get to the bottom of Lundbreck falls. Almost completely frozen, I stood amazed by the beauty and intricacy of the frozen icicles. Taking photos alone allows me the time to admire the beauty of the Landscape and capture an image that closely reflects how I see the landscape at that moment in time. Waterfalls anytime of year are incredible, but especially in mid-winter; as each photo will never be the same. The force of the water behind the ice breaks off portions of icicles and the water refreezes constantly. This allows for a unique spin on a popular photographed waterfall.
This photo was taken from the upper viewing platform, December 7th, 2018.
This photo was taken from the bottom of the stairs, December 7th, 2018.
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