I think if the lighting was just right, this could be an incredible subject.
- From what I've been reading, when photographing snow you should set your camera to over expose the photo by 1.5 to 2 stops. This has worked fairly well for me for most photographs. Today however on some of my shots of ice, there was a lot of exposed rocks. These rocks were much darker in color. My over exposing of those photos made the ice very over exposed. I should have compensated for the dark rocks. I should have also checked my histogram.