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The Beginning of Time
I spent most of a weekend working on this photo. One common question is, "How long do these photos take?" They take me anywhere from a few minutes to a few days. It's not contiguous work, of course, but some are so challenging that I have to keep returning to them time and time again.
This spot in northern central Iceland is a bit perilous to reach. It's so perilous here at Godafoss, in fact, that I am glad my mom didn't see me getting into position. Is the water cold? Yes, yes it is.
- Trey Ratcliff
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