We all are being bored and stressed, in a time that we have to be limited to our homes, due to the Coronavirus. It’s like we have trapped inside our own homes. So what do you think about a nice little trip to see some astonishing sights which were gifted to us by mother nature? Ok, let’s tour.
So, our tour guide is Eric Gross who is a landscape photographer from Colorado and his most interesting area of photography is capturing the rare natural gems in North America and beyond. This Eric Gross was interviewed by Bored Panda.
If you have thought that you have seen enough of nature, these photographs will prove that you were wrong.
In February, Eric traveled to Dream lake and saw there were lots of other photographers roving and taking pictures. And he chose another isolated place for peerless sights.
He mentioned that he couldn’t explain what he was seeing and capturing.
Eric was able to capture some of the amazing frozen waves of Dream lake.
These ice wave formations are not too hard to find, but it has its own uniqueness. It is not so clear about the formation of these ice waves. But there are some reasonable traits such as,. They have been formed with the combination of water, wind and cold weather,. Snow drifts upon the water and melts, and then re-freezing them to form such ice waves.
Eric returned again to this majestic lake and mountains for another photoshoot as his second expedition. He got impressive feedback for those photos after posting.
Can you believe that Eric has stayed with every family member and high school friend those he can remember all over the US since he left New Jersey in 2014?. And he spent roughly 34 months visiting 30 national parks.
Eric mentioned that the most challenging part of the expedition was the weather.