The Massive Glacier at Dusk

This is the Perito Moreno Glacier that empties into Lago Argentina. It was simply awesome to be there, as you can plainly see.

I was there with a bunch of Russians who had brought an insane amount of cognac. Between shots, they would all drink cognac, yell, and try to bring down the next ice wall. We were the only ones there, and we stayed until the last moments of dark to eek out every last bit of light from the sky.

Also, I wanted to point you to an article over at Abduzeedo yesterday about the new book. It was written by good man Paulo Canabarro (his Twitter account here). You can also follow @Abduzeedo if you are looking for another good set of Tweets. I notice that people that complain about Twitter always have the same sort of complaints: “I don’t want to know when everyone is standing in line at Starbucks!” Well, then, I say, you are following the wrong people! Once you get 50-100+ people to follow, it becomes a nice source for information, fun, and inspiration. It might take a while to build your personalized list, but then you will be hooked. (I am @TreyRatcliff, in case ya didn’t know).

The Massive Glacier at Dusk

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthewsphotography Matthew

    I enjoy the composition of this image, but it seems a little soft. Also, the noise and artifacting in the clouds is distracting. I enjoyed the other image from this location better. On a different note, the visual you give through your story is humorous and well written.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Eric-Mulvin/667797993 Eric Mulvin

    Hoy! That looks cold. Just imagining that is a nice break from the heat out here in AZ.

  • http://www.takkiwrites.com Birgit

    ahh, getting lost in blue, space and time

  • katom

    It looks like instead White balance you’ve used Blue balance? :))

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Moshier/513775196 Gail Moshier

    “Cool” photo, Trey. I like the blue effect!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Brad Truxell

    Really cool shot. I like the sky with the wide angle lens. Great detail.

  • Barb

    Brrr!!! It looks really cold. I don’t really like the excessive amount of sky in this picture. You could easily crop at least a third of it out

  • http://www.behance.net/paul0v2 Paulo Canabarro

    Another unbelievable photo Trey, thank you for mentioning my name there and my twitter.

  • http://www.voidmemory.net Hector Garza

    I think the photo is great as it is… no cropping needed IMO. The sky plays a very powerful element on this one as it cools down the overall feeling even more.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks — yes I like this one quite a lot too! :)

  • http://genocideresearchinstitute.org Shaun Stewart

    Great picture, next time there is a insain amount of liqure call me
    Shaun Stewart, Chairman
    Genocide Research Institute

  • casusan

    Love these blues Trey – beautiful!

  • matthew gaston

    PrettY cool anther great photo! but the one guy was right the nosie

  • john best

    Glad you left all of the sky in, noise and all. Without that face that’s up there, this would be just another nice photo of a glacier.

  • http://www.jimages.com Jim Austin

    Trey
    Congrats on the 20M views on Flickr. More good news: your HDR image, A Razor to the Sky, will be published on 9/11 on Apogee Photo Magazine in an article called Symphony in a Moment: HDR Nature Photography by Eight Maestros, by Jim Austin.
    And thanks for all your help, Trey.
    Jim

  • casusan

    Congrats Trey! Post the link!:)

  • Facebook User

    Brilliant!! Love this one, almost as much as another of your glacier shots. For some reason, I feel like I would have like to see maybe a little bit more of the glacier on the left side of the frame, but that’s just me. I just love the blue tone througout!

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