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Snoqualmie River Ice Patterns

104 MEGAPIXELS
A close-up of "Snoqualmie River Ice Patterns" by Scott Rinckenberger: an ultra-high-resolution VAST photo.
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104 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of frozen ice on a creek; abstract, black & white nature photograph created by Scott Rinckenberger in Snoqualmie River, Fall City, Washington

Snoqualmie River Ice Patterns

104 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Snoqualmie River, Fall City, Washington

In January 2019, the Pacific Northwest experienced a rare lowland snowstorm followed by a deep freeze which rendered the normally green and flowing region a beautiful landscape of feathered snow and crystalline ice formations.

I was compelled to take a number of trips to Snoqualmie Falls, the most iconic waterfall in the greater Seattle area. While much of my photography focused on the grand effect of the extended freeze on the massive waterfall, I too was captivated by the finer forms of the frozen surfaces at the river's edges.

The closer I looked, the more detail I found, and armed with a macro lens and some patience, I took to documenting the fine lines, geometric seams, aerated bubbles and long fissure lines of these very temporary ice sculptures.

Explore the full Snow Studies series here.

Date & TimeFebruary 10, 2019:  2:30pm
LocationSnoqualmie River, Fall City, Washington
Coordinates47.546800, -121.842800
Focal Length105mm
Aperturef/5
Shutter Speed1/320 sec
ISO800
Number of Exposures14

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Total Pixels103,812,801
Horizontal Pixels8,319
Vertical Pixels12,479
Aspect Ratio0.67 : 1
File Size593 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)2.31 feet
Height @ 300ppi3.47 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)4.62 feet
Height @ 150ppi6.93 feet

Date & TimeFebruary 10, 2019:  2:30pm
LocationSnoqualmie River, Fall City, Washington
Coordinates47.546800, -121.842800
Focal Length105mm
Aperturef/5
Shutter Speed1/320 sec
ISO800
Number of Exposures14

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