At the height of the Ice Storm of 1998 in Maine, one road was open, the Canadian American Railroad. I snowshed through icy forests to catch this dramatic moment as the snowplow rumbling through Camp XII curve at the base of Borestone Mountain. The original 35 mm slide was shot manually in that classic "one shot, get it right the first time mode", creating this unique one-of-a-kind photograph...
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