Timothy Corbin Photographs Massive Tree-Hanging Icicles

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Feb 17, 2013 • References: inplain-sight & thisiscolossal
This collection of ice photography comes from Timothy Corbin. It captures the trees and shore of Lake Ontario after hours of ice cold water came gushing onto land and froze.

What makes this kind of ice photography magical is the sense of movement that's achieved even though nothing is actually moving in the frame. This sensation makes the photography capture the moment, while also telling the story of what came before. Beyond that, these captures are also stunning due to their high contrast color and large depths of field.

Timothy Corbin hails from Whitby Ontario and tends to focus on nature a lot in his photography projects. This particular project effectively captures the severe weather conditions experienced in the region in the early months of 2013. Although they are real photos, they seem too good to be true. Stats for Surreal Ice Cap Captures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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