Natural landscapes: The flow of winter


There’s a bridge over this wonderful river in the Canadian Rocky Mountains that I’ve often stopped at to make photographs. On this snowy morning, I stood on the bridge, saw the angle of snowy ice below and knew there was a picture to be had. Given that it was a cloudy day, one key to making this picture satisfactory was keeping the sky *out* of the composition. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Bow River

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