Frozen River

I headed out on Saturday, determined to head down to the banks of the Delaware to take my “at least one photo a day.” After so many days of temperatures in the teens, the river was frozen all the way out to the shipping channel. This left the Riverton Boathouse jetting out into a land of jagged ice flows.

I arrived at my chosen vantage point at the perfect time to capture the ice-bound structure. The Sun was beginning it’s afternoon descent, and I was shooting perpendicular to it’s disc. The light coming off the old structure was wonderful, with the nice shadows which make me appreciate Winter photography so much.

Boathouse jetting out into a frozen river
Panasonic Lumix G7 with 25 mm lens • ISO 200 • ƒ/8.0 • 1/500 sec
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