Otter Cliffs in Acadia National Park at 110 feet tall are one of the tallest headlands north of Rio De Janiero. Because of all the recent storms, they are currently coated with sea spray. In the past week with the three storms we've had, the sea spray has blown to the top of the cliffs, creating a frozen cliff face. I captured this image during the MDI Photo Club's monthly outing. The photo club ventured out attempting to capture the cliff face during the morning golden light; we were greeted with calm wind conditions and a (relatively) warm sunrise. To learn how to create images like this, consider attending one of my nature photography workshops in Acadia National Park.
EXIF data: Nikon D800, 300mm, f/16, 1/50 sec, ISO 100, 2/7/15, 7:15 AM