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Icicle Art Print featuring the photograph Frozen Turmoil by Brad Brizek


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Frozen Turmoil Art Print

Brad Brizek

by Brad Brizek

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Frozen Turmoil art print by Brad Brizek.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Probably my favorite thing about shooting abstracts is that the final result doesn't have to resemble the subject that I'm shooting. For instance,... more

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Frozen Turmoil Photograph by Brad Brizek


Frozen Turmoil Canvas Print

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Frozen Turmoil Acrylic Print

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Artist's Description

Probably my favorite thing about shooting abstracts is that the final result doesn't have to resemble the subject that I'm shooting. For instance, to me, this looks like a jet of water splashing up after hitting the ground. In reality, the water in this shot isn't moving at all.

No, there's no strobe flash or super-fast shutter speed. This is ice.

In the winter, Oirase Gorge in northern Japan almost completely ices over. Some of these icicles reach over 20 feet long! As the waterfalls freeze, they leave a solid representation of flowing water splashing off the rocks below.

I thought the impact area looked so much like it was still moving that I decided to take this shot. A bit of nature's movement and turmoil, frozen in time.

About Brad Brizek

Brad Brizek

Welcome! I'm originally from the southeast corner of Pennsylvania (just above Amish country), but I've traveled a good bit of the planet. I currently reside in Tucson, Arizona. I've been taking photos since 2006 and have been refining my style ever since. I have a particular passion for landscape, architectural, and transportation themes, although I've been known to do abstracts from time to time. If you like what you see, please come back regularly as I upload new shots all the time. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll find something that interests you!

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