These are the days that hold even more magic at sunset. We grabbed the cameras about an hour before the official sunset time, jumped into the car and drove about 3 km west from where we live. The changing weather conditions from warm to cold and a little snow earlier had transformed the landscape. Small ice caps fractured the light on top of the stubble. The field is under water this time of the year and provides plenty of opportunities to observe fabulous reflections.
My decision to use my Nikon AW1 mirrorless with the F-mount converter to use my full frame telephoto lens might not have been the best choice, but with water reaching close to the road I had no other way to get close to the natural sculptures off shore. Sorry the image is out of focus… I still like the fact that I captured the ice formations on the dry grasses.
A perfect moment, the wind died down momentarily, the sun was poised to disappear at the horizon and I caught one last glimpse of the ice at the base of the dried up grass and stubble below.
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