This past spring I did some experimenting freezing water with shutter speed. The new ISO ranges of modern cameras gives us the opportunity to shoot at really high ISO's with no loss in quality. So I decided to make some shots at ISO 2000 in bright sunlight at 1/2000 of sec at f11. This was a fast enough shutter speed to freeze the water and for the most part give me enough depth of field for a really cool looking image. My only problem was trying to figure out which one I liked best so I included four in this post. I like all of them for different reasons they remind me of glass. A really cool experiment done with the Canon 5D Mk3 and the Canon 70-200 lens. I'm not sure what other folks reaction will be so let me know what you think.