These three images were taken at the shore of river Gail, one of the two rivers joining in Villach. This is a part of the river bed that’s flooded rarely. Most of the year it’s either dry or stagnant, the water knee-deep at maximum. Last December it was frozen almost all the way down. The cracks in the ice are due to thousands of people strolling there on weekends, trying the ice.
Using an ultra-wide lens gives you plenty of options to play with lines and different dramatic compositions. We’ll come back to this place in a few days 🙂