I saw that!!! Congrats man!
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Really nice composition. Congrats for this wonderful shot
The composition feels ever so slightly awkward, but it works nicely and those colours! Beautiful vividness.
I love the ice around the rocks in the foreground - looks like a monk's haircut!
beautiful shot! the POV is perfect,while the colors allow one's eye to rove the shot without anything really over powering another. well done!!
Beautiful photo with stunning colors and detail. I like the reflections in the water it adds depth to the photo, a well composed shot.
Beautiful colors! The details of the ice here are gorgeous! How did you earn this sharpness in your landscapes?
I do something called exposure blending where I set camera on tripod and expose and focus for the foreground and a separate one for the background. then blend the two together in photoshop for infinite depth of field