Thayer Brook, Schaghticoke Ridge, Appalachian Trail, Kent, Connecticut.
I’ve had these images on my computer for a while; I got so many interesting images on this trip I had a tough time sorting and editing them. No doubt many reading this know of this problem.
Dave and I used micro spikes and hiked south on the AT to this great brook which has produced some of my most interesting ice images. This day it didn’t disappoint and the ice was both plentiful and unusual.
These are high contrast JPEGs out of the Ricoh GR. The raws were nice as well but I’m getting fond of the dramatic look this in-camera filter is giving these ice shots.
Many more to come from this day…