I was walking the dogs early one February morning on Lake Sunapee, NH with the temperature at 70°F at 7 am.
Lake Sunapee was in full ice-out mode with heavy morning fog. I hurried home to get the first camera I could find which was Light L16. I went to the dock where the red turnbuckle stood out along with the hard-edged, rectilinear gray dock.
The sky was in full JMW Turner mode. The water and ice were hard to separate. The hard-edged foreground and the romantic BG made a nice contrast, I thought.
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