Big Foot 2007
This is a primordial ice lake formed by the relentless August sun melting the surface of the ice in Greenland. These lakes are created in just a few hours and can be 2 km wide and 35 meters deep. When the water becomes too heavy the entire body disappears in a matter of seconds! The ice cracks and the water flushes to the bottom of the glacier where it provides the lubricant that causes the glacier flow off the continent. I took this image of a co-host walking on the edge of the lake when were setting up to shoot a sequence that would involve the first ever boat ride filmed on a lake like this.
Limited 16" X 24" print signed edition of 8. Printed on museum standard archival medium mounted in a 26.5" X 34.5" hand made frame.
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