Patterns and Texture in the Ice

Throwback Thursday travels back to Saskatchewan in the late 1990s and a frozen section of marsh at sunset.

The strange circular patterns and the texture on the surface of the ice caught my eye. What almost looks like film grain is the texture of the ice surface.

 

Throwback Thursday: 5th March 2020

A frozen section of marsh at Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan at sunset.

 

8 thoughts on “Patterns and Texture in the Ice”

    1. No. It was -40 and the marsh was probably frozen down to the mud on the bottom. I wondered if there was something that delayed small pin holes freezing and the circles are where the last water bubbled out before freezing.

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      1. That’s what I thought but when I posted the photo on a Saskatchewan photography Facebook group it got plenty of likes but no one commented on the pattern.

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