I hope to add a weekly "Story Behind the Image" blog entry to give you a little insight into some of the more interesting images that are available as prints on my Fine Art America site.
For this week's image: 781000006 Ice Sculpture Ripples
Would you believe this ice cave is really only about two feet high and was formed by the snow melting off the corrugated tin roof of the visitor center in Sequoia National Park and refreezing? I was with a group of landscape photographers exploring the Park when I found this great little scenic. We worked on this scene for a couple of hours creating all different kinds of compositions. This image is available from this site as a Fine Art Print.