This is what you get when you match great photography skills with natural phenomena:
Jan Bainar captured this magnificence as he hiked in the Beskydy Mountains, a range forming the border between Slovakia and the Czech Republic. He used an Olympus E-520 camera with these settings: ISO 100, f/16, 1 second.
The ice was probably formed due to humid and windy conditions below zero. However, if this has been photographed in a different light setup it probably wouldn’t look so mystical and interesting.
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