The border seasons are very fascinating to me. It's neither Autumn nor Winter, and the landscape shows us some unique circumstances. Case in point; recently fallen Oak leaves hang suspended in clear ice on the edge of a small pond. Meanwhile, an early winter snow squall dusts the icy surface.
This little pond is in an isolated area at Little Bluff Conservation Area here in Prince Edward County Ontario, Canada. It lies right next to Lake Ontario which fills it when the waves are running high. On this still, and frigid day I decided to revisit this peaceful location. Standing on the edge of the pond I setup my tripod onto the ice, which was barely thick enough to support it, (it fell through a few times) but It held long enough to get this image. Shortly after this exposure, the surface was completely covered by snow.
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