Natural landscapes: my snowy friends
SNOWY TREES, BANFF NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA
Another photo from a stunning winter morning in one of Canada’s most popular and most famous national parks. I climbed a ridge from the road and found these immature lodgepole pine trees made a great foreground to the Rocky Mountain vista in the background. At this point, the trick was to figure out where to place the trees in the composition. Nikon D90, polarizing filter, tripod.
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You must have had your snow shoes on for this one… 🙂 Beautiful photograph Frank
Nope, the snow was navigable with winter boots. Pants definitely got wet, though. thanks for looking and commenting! 🙂
I like that mountain peak looming out from a hole in the clouds in the background.
Thanks, Mark. Considering the high quality of your work, that’s a serious compliment! 🙂