I'm continually fascinated by the incredible formations of ice that a winter stream can produce. These intricate patterns change by the hour as water that has been super cooled collides and freezes to anything it touches. The river banks and rocks widen with the ice until it completely engulfs the water underneath.
This was shot with my Sony EX1 with Letus Extreme adapter and Nikon 35-70mm F-2.8 lens. IndiSlider used on a few shots. Music is called "Minor Blue" by David Darling. All the vignetting was added in post, I think it looks better that way! It is NOT from the Letus or Nikon lens.