Scott Peterman’s been photographing ice shacks in Maine and New Hampshire. I’d describe them as majestically spooky:
More here. His process:
I prefer to photograph on milky days in rain, fog, and snow, when the light is filtered and the range of color is extremely narrow. This makes the shacks seem all the more mysterious, as if they have been airlifted onto the scene, opening up the narrative rather than confining it to a documentary study of vernacular architecture.