The photo was shot on the shore of Lake Mendota on Madison's north side
5d III 24-105mm F20 1/8 shutter ISO 50 Focal length 47mm Shot on Tripod
The ice along the shoreline of Lake Mendota in Madison had broken up after a unseasonably warm week. The mid morning sun was giving the broken ice a gold color. With my camera locked into my tripod I shot it at f20 so that i could get the shutter to 1/8 of a second and capture some movement in the icy water. I not only caught the water rushing over a rock but also an incoming wave. The contrast of the gold liquid ice against the silver shoreline ice made for a nice abstract shot.