Coming back from disappointing early morning landscape shooting from the middle of the icy lake, I came across interesting icicles. Morning sun had a good angle, so icicles where shining. Some unpleasant metal constructions where getting in all zoom-outs, so I took some close up shots. On the other hand, shapes of the ice was impressive and I decided to focus on details, make it as part of the compositions. Thus composition of shapes, details, color tones, light/shadow contrasts... is what I wanted to point out. I am sure there had to be some better compositions with metal constructions in it, but i was not intending to "walk around/take look" on the cracking ice, knowing, that it is 3-4 m depth beneath :-).
I am open for your critique. Thanks.
P.S. Color tones vary depending on thickness of the ice and amount of the sun light. Though I did minor white balance adjustments to some shots.