Fire and Ice Photo Tour 2010 – Igor Luginbuehl

Igor wrote to me to say. “The images posted from the tour are all really nice so I tried to come up with a little bit of a different selection. Everyone’s landscape shots are so terrific that I thought there is nothing I could add to that, so I delved more into detailography here.”

©Igor Luginbuehl

Ice Crystals at Waterfowl Lake, Banff National Park

ISO 100, f16, 1/5s, 100mm macro lens

©Igor Luginbuehl

Ice Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Kootenay Plains, Alberta

ISO 100, f11, 1/25s, 400mm

©Igor Luginbuehl

Lichen on Rocks, Quartzite Boulder Pile, Jasper National Park

ISO 100 f16, 0.4s, 100 Macro Lens

©Igor Luginbuehl

Muddy Grass, Abraham Lake, Kootenay Plains, Alberta

ISO 100 f11, 1/25s 400mm

©Igor Luginbuehl

Whirlpool Reflecting Pond, Whirlpool Point, Kootenay Plains, Alberta

ISO 100 f9 1/30s 24mm

©Igor Luginbuehl

Exposed Roots, Mistaya Canyon, Banff National Park, Alberta

ISO 50 f14, 1.4s 50mm

10 Responses to “Fire and Ice Photo Tour 2010 – Igor Luginbuehl”

  1. These are wonderful detail shots! Love them all.

  2. Love your ‘detailography’, Igor, and the new term for ‘macro’. Simply wonderful images! Isn’t its amazing that we all went to the same places and saw so many different things.

  3. Sonia Wadsworth Says:

    A gorgeous set of detailed images. I love the rich colour of the Lichen. Those ice bubbles are great!

  4. Darren Barclay Says:

    Killer ‘detailography’ Igor. I totally love the ice bubbles, lichen and the shot from the frozen pond at Whirlpool Point. The mud covered grass is totally wicked-reminds me of neurons or synapses or something! Sweet!

  5. Beautiful images! I love the ice bubbles image, I could stare at it for hours, following the curves through the photo. Glad to see that you got some ice bubble photos from Abraham Lake, even though it was only mid-November.

  6. Love these photos, excellent work

  7. Congratulation Igor; these are wonderful shots. I am a big fan of the extractive landscape and these are classics in my view.

  8. Wonderful Images Igor! I seem to be partial to ice images myself, and shots 1 and 2 are my faves here – Both are just beautiful!

  9. Impressive indeed. Great eye for stuff that most of us would simply walk over in the quest for that amazing light and scenery… Obviously, technique and composition still have to be right and I don’t see any room for improvement in those departments either.

  10. Beautiful images, Igor. “Ice Bubbles” has a wonderful, surreal/martian feel to it. I love it!

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