Well, taking full advantage of the plummeting winter temperatures and armed with a thermos of hot tea, Michael Davies whose Ontario-based photographer and his friend Markus set out to depict some majestic photographs. Therefore, pair decide to trekking to the top of a mountain situated about 20 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle, the pair started throwing the leftover hot water into the air (which was a chilling -40°C) and snapping the liquid as it promptly froze before it even had a chance to hit the ground.
The photographs were taken fairly close to “Pangnirtung”, a community where Michael Davies has worked as a photographer for the past 10 years. Moreover the winter season in this remote northern town is extremely cold and dark, frequently with only a few hours of sunlight between sunrise and sunset. The spectacular photo shots were well planned, as Michel Davies tracked the temperature and took into account the angles, lighting, wind direction and speed in order to capture the superb photograph.