Icicles

Ron Niebrugge Alaska, Chugach, Photos, Travel 4 Comments

Icicles formed overnight on an alder, Chugach National Forest, Alaska.

Icicles formed overnight on an alder, Chugach National Forest, Alaska.

We have been really busy since getting back home – so much to get caught up on!

In addition, I have been out the last few days on a video assignment.  Over the last year I have been shooting footage that will be eventually used as part of a new visitor center film.  The most recent request was for me to capture footage that conveyed the transition from winter to spring – not as easy as it sounds.   This image is a single frame of a time-lapse showing these icicles melting in the morning sun.

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  1. Great subject for the transition footage Ron. I would be interested in seeing that time lapse. Seems like a good fit for the assignment, but you are right, now that I think about it, your choice of subjects to capture such a transition is pretty limited. Snow melting on the ground, flower buds popping up through leaves, all probably require a camera sitting in one place for awhile eh?

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    Thanks Noella!

    @ Mark You are right – the options are somewhat few, but flowers popping up through dead leaves is a good one.

  3. Or flowers popping out of the snow. They did that in Virginia so surewly you get that in Alaska.

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