The winter ice of Hudson Bay, Canada is multidimensional. Layers form and shift with the pressure of the underlying tide of the Bay. Climate change has created unusual swings from severe cold of -40F to +40F and partial melts can occur creating irregularities in the texture of the ice when the top layers melt and refreeze. Colors dance across the uneven surfaces especially when the sun angle is low. I took this image at ground level to emphasize the ice in the foreground and position sunburst rays across the ice. The bonus of the moment was the perfect reflection of the sunburst on a patch of ice in the distance.