(D)Rift March 31, 2016March 31, 2016 | drawandshoot Photographs of some of the last river ice, and remnants of this past winter. The river is wide open and the remaining ice is diminishing quickly in the rain, wind and warmer temperatures. © Karen McRae, 2016 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
21 thoughts on “(D)Rift”
Wonderful. What a gorgeous palette of neutrals.
Glad you drop by just yesterday I was thinking Man I haven’t seen Karen’s work for a while and I miss it.
Striking colors and patterns, Karen. The detail of the ice is gorgeous. I can imagine these hanging in a very large format.
So much power in these images. The wonderful golds just suck you in, down to the depths.
Fantastic work! I love them all…
Wondrous stuff, I like the uprights best I think.
Beautiful work, Karen!
Great set of photos! I never seen that before. Bye. Kamila
Wonderful images Karen!
The series is fantastic. I love color pallet and tones.
Lovely work! And nice to see that the spring are comming to you. Have a god weekend😊
Awesome photos Karen.
These are absolutely epic – love how you play with scale, Karen.
Wonderful, these are everything I love about your images..as Richard said, epic! More please.
has hues depth scale texture a feast for the eyes
Your dramatic & dreamy shots remind me of the time my brother almost went through river ice. Silvery and dangerous.
An incredible series Karen ~ the crisp flow of winter captured ~ the perspective taken is distinctly yours.