A "shove" of large ice slabs [many over six feet tall] along the shoreline of Peninsula State Park in Door County, Wisconsin. We had been here a month ago for our first experience of these massive ice structures and been overwhelmed with the sheer size and beauty. We knew we had to return... and we were rewarded with a break in the weather, continually changing light and some ice conditions that we had never even heard about.
The variety of our photo opportunities in still blows my mind. On the other side of this narrow peninsula is Cave Point Park with it's bazillions of icicle formations and "pancake ice"... which I hope to start processing soon.