This shot of the hoar-frosted west shore of the Columbia River was taken on a bitterly cold morning just after sunrise. We don't get very many days of -20C or colder, but this particular morning was a notable exception. The Columbia River boasts a powerful current, and even in the depths of the coldest arctic blasts, it never freezes. But it does throw a lot of icy moisture into the air, which settles as a glistening frost on the otherwise bare line of birches that grace the shoreline in scenic Revelstoke, BC, Canada.
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