Another photo from the beach on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, taken before the start of the self-isolation regime. As far as I understand, fragments of thin ice in large quantities washed ashore. There were so many of them that you could go up to 50 meters to the water. Sometimes it was completely safe, but in some places the leg began to sink into the depths of the ice.
I broke one chip from the heap and set it to the end to take this shot. Now I know how such pictures are obtained.
Nikon D5000 + Sigma AF 17-50
I strongly recommend to open the photo in a separate tab to appreciate it.