Natural landscapes: casting light on the river


I was blessed with warm early-morning light streaking across this river in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Screwing on a polarizing filter, plus two neutral density (darkening) filters, reduced the light enough for me to get a long exposure and turn the churning, ice-cold water into a silky flow. Nikon D7100, tripod.

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Vermillion River, Kootnay National Park

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