Ice Rocks and Tilt Shift – Photo by Michael Sharp
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Everything is a matter of perspective. Are those white pebbles or ice-covered boulders? How big is the sky? How deep is the ocean? The cold temps continue, with highs just above 0ºF (-18ºC) and overnight lows hovering around -8ºF (-23ºC). Everything along that magic space between the sea and land is coated in a thick rind of ice. Cold? Depends. Just an hour north of Homer the daily highs have been hovering at -24ºF (-31ºC) with lows around -35ºF (-37ºC)!
What appear in the photo to be tiny pebbles are actually car-sized boulders. This image was taken from over 200 feet above the beach. The application of the tilt-shift effect tricks your brain into seeing the world as a miniature.
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