Needle ice

Needle ice

Schaghticoke Ridge, Kent, Connecticut.

Loren and I took a hike up the south end of Schaghticoke Ridge and while I looked at the temperature and knew it was cold (and we felt cold), I didn’t expect to see much ice on the trail. However, there were many patches of “needle ice” which seems to grow in loose dirt patches. It’s amazing stuff really and I like the way the Ricoh GR’s high contrast black and white makes it look. Like brush strokes.

Needle ice

Needle ice

Needle ice

6 comments

    1. Exactly Jonne. I would find it difficult to do this in Lightroom although I have to say I’ve tried. The GR’s filter engine has some secret sauce in it that I find quite amazing for certain kinds of shots. These are straight out of camera except for the square crop.

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