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Uploaded 23-Nov-19
Taken 9-Feb-17
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Winter on Carlyle Lake

Carlyle Lake was formed as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built Carly Dam across the Kaskaskia River, thereby creating the largest lake in Illinois. For the days leading up to this scene, cold north winds pushed waves onto this shoreline encasing the boulders in ice. In this image, one icicle seemed savor the setting sun’s rays by refracting the warm hues.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/11 @ 16 mm, 1/125, ISO 100, No Flash

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An evening image where golden light illuminates an icicle hanging form shoreline rocks at Carlyle Lake