Hirvihaarankoski, Mäntsälä, Finland, 19 January 2013 (Canon 5D2, EF 24-105@24mm, 1/2500s, f/4.0, ISO 400)
This is the same place as in my posts 4 Feb 2012, 30 Sep 2012, 28 Oct 2012 and 11 Nov 2012. Clearly one source of my inspiration.
Such a wonderland!
It is, especially if you like cold weather. 😉
Straight from a fairytale!
I can imagine the tiny fairies flying with frosty wings …
And yet water is still flowing and the camera is still working – not to mention the intrepid photographer. Do you have thermal underwear with built in heating? What is the relative humidity? If the air is very dry and there’s no wind, I suppose it doesn’t feel impossibly cold. . Here it is +40 degrees Celsius and humid and I think I might soon dissolve.
The cameras are today more weather resistant than the photographers. I had proper clothing, but the fingers are hard to keep warm. The humidity is very low during cold winter days so it is really relatively warm.
Hope you can survive in that torching heat!
Amazing landscape in stunning light – so glad you braved such harsh conditions, Olli.
Thanks Alessandro. – One more, tighter crop here: http://bit.ly/13ZBH6o
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