Frozen Bubble Formations and Shards of Snow Captured in Alaska's Swamps and Ponds by Ryota Kajita
9 monthes ago - By Colossal
Japanese photographer Ryota Kajita has captured the strange ice patterns of Alaska's interior swamps and ponds for the last eight years as a part of his Ice Formations series. The ephemeral structures look like fanciful desserts discovered in the wild, with frozen shavings lightly dusting the formations' edges.
“Photography enables me to pay attention to those moments and subjects, take time to observe them and help me to understand my surroundings more intimately,” Ryota tells Colossal. “Through photographs, nature reveals its subtle beauty to me. In the Ice Formations series, I hope to...
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