After a relatively snowless winter in Central Colorado so far, I was struggling to find the winter scenes I wanted to capture. I'm often skiing to photo locations this time of year but not this year. Since skiing wasn't good I'd been skating on the canyon ice forming in the shaded Gunnison River Canyon just before it pours into Blue Mesa Reservoir. That is when I saw these amazing bubbles. I've been back several times now to get the light to compliment them and this was one of my more successful visits at sunset. It's surreal out on the ice away from shore and sometimes pretty spooky when the ice is cracking and popping from falling water levels underneath. So while I'm still hoping for snow to ski, I'll enjoy the ice in the meantime.
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