NORTHERN CEDARS IN SNOW
Each year we venture to Michigan's Upper Peninsula to enjoy the cross-country skiing and ice caves of that remarkable region. Cold? Of course. But we are prepared with all the winter layers we need.
On this trip we were hiking along a sandstone cliff where half-a-dozen ice features form each winter. From modest trickles and seeps, spectacular formations of ice stalactites and stalagmites form. Along the way, while we were hiking I photographed this grove of Northern White Cedars. I love the branching patterns and clinging snow.
SIZE: This photograph is printed at an approximate final size of a bit over 3x3,” and is printed on cotton rag photographic paper using pigmented inks for an estimated 400-year display life.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.