The art of the freeze – Exploring the frozen #ApostleIslands shoreline

“Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain

So as this years first “Mega Storm” of the winter (man, the media LOVES these kinda stories don’t they?) starts to blanket the Northeast with its frozen gift, I am finding myself thinking of the last trip I took up into the Apostle Island coastline to explore the ice caves a couple of years ago.


Of course, its easy to have that appreciation of its beauty while typing this in the frigid (eh hemm) South Florida 58 degree air and to dream of flying of into a beautiful scene like this again AFTER the dust has settled. Its all together, a different perspective to have to live here for months on end. A week is enough for me thank you 🙂


So these top 3 are some recent ones I processed with Lightroom exclusively. Not my usual process, but a simpler one. Had them sitting in the share file till the temperature dropped a bit. Seemed like a pretty good time to release them.


In case you haven’t seen them, the shots below are ones I have shared here on the blog and on Flickr, Facebook, and 500PX before, but I figured you might want to see them again here in this post. Makes me kinda want to head back into the cold again to capture some more of this actually!

The road less traveledAt the edge of the day-Edit
_DSC7637_HDRInside the ice cave
Onto the Frozen LakeListening for the ice to crack-3At the edge of night_DSC7530_HDRAs always, feel free to ask any questions at all in the comments. I love making quick tip videos to answer any questions you might have 🙂

More to come tomorrow of course, and stay safe up there my friends!

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