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    In winter when the sea start to froze in Greenland, the ice create lot of impressive patterns. The scale is big and it is hard to imagine that this is 350m above the level of the sea.
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    "Fantastic image. The scale allows us to take in the full scope of the fractal patterns in the melting ice. The composition draws the viewer's eye through the frame and through the emerging ice patterns. You capture nature's work beautifully here!" - Aya Okawa.

    Matt Adams
    Senior Producer, Nat Geo Your Shot
    Photo Details
    Date Taken: Feb 22, 2017
    Date Uploaded: Sep 29, 2017
    Location: Kulusuk, Sermersooq, Greenland
    Camera: DJI FC300S
    Focal Length: 3.61 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/25 sec
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO: 131
    Copyright: © Florian Ledoux
    Categories: Landscapes, Nature
    Assignments: My Best Photos of 2017, Lines, Textures, and Patterns
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year