Natural landscapes: spring at Carburn Park


I went to this urban park (which was once a gravel pit, so I’m not sure how “natural” a landscape it is, but it sure looks that way now!) in this western Canadian city to photograph owls. Did that, then wandered around and found glorious landscapes like this. A polarizing filter was vital to darken the sky and bring out the white clouds. Nikon D90, tripod.

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