Winter stream

The last few days I’ve been at Kiln Brook, looking for snaky flows of water through the rocks. Every day is different – the light is different, the snow melted gradually and ice formed in the flows, then melted completely. Now it’s cold again – 20 F, headed for 5 F overnight). More ice tomorrow!


The water tells a story as it flows from one part of the frame to another. This was a 1 second exposure done with a polarizer.

5 thoughts on “Winter stream

  1. Thomas, these are stunning! I have been obsessed with trying to get photos of moving water like this, and these in the snow are just beautiful..Now I have to wait until next winter. O- well that gives me time to practice more before it snows. thanks for sharing!

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