The frigid water at Livermore Falls flows between the beautifully patterned ice on the banks.

Livermore Falls, Campton, NH.

I’ve always loved the patterns and colors in the ice along the cliff and now I’m finally getting around to doing something with this image.

I’m coming to realize that winter might very well be my favorite time of year to make photographs.

Original date of capture: 2/6/2010

Camera body: Canon EOS 40D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40 f4L

iso 100, 40mm, f16 @ 1/4 second.

23 thoughts on “Sunday’s Hidden Treasure

  1. Love the texture to the ice, and the ice-blue color as well. Unfortunately streams don’t get cold enough for that down here in CT. In fact, the more I think about it, the more I’m liking the idea of moving further North sometime in the foreseeable future!

    1. I haven’t been on a winter outing for waterfalls for a while now, might be time for another waterfall trip. Fortunately, as long as we have a relatively normal winter, we have plenty of ice encased waterfalls to visit.

    1. Waterfalls in the dead of winter can be a very exotic place. Unless a person is intimately familiar with the waterfall, most, even the most popular tourist spots, are completely unrecognizable when they are dressed for winter.

    1. Thanks Brandon! With the temps we’ve been getting lately, it might be time to revisit some of our waterfalls. It’s been a few years since I’ve made a “Winter waterfall” trip to the mountains.

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