Natural landscapes: when cold & fog mix


It was an insane -32 degrees when I made this photograph in the glorious Canadian Rocky Mountains. Despite the cold, I was intrigued at how distant Mount Rundle was wrapped in fog. I also liked the angle of shadow across the snow; I hope it makes for an interesting composition from near to far. Nikon D7100, tripod, two-stop hard-edge graduated density (darkening) filter, polarizing filter.

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