This new time-lapse video shot by Robin Seifert in Germany shows the art that can be created by nature in freezing conditions.
Robin Seifert shared with us the following details on his video:
Shooting in very cold conditions can be tricky, but it is worth the effort. In this video you can see the unique ice sculptures created by the water of the river “Kocher” in Unterkochen, Germany. Temperatures of up to -18°C over a longer period of time lead to this rare event. To show the ice it was decided to record several timelapses over and beside the river with long exposure shots, using a motion control system.
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