Rural landscapes: walking the winter road
FARM ROAD AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS, NEAR WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA
Just a little country lane running west off Hwy. 6, which leads into what is probably Canada’s windiest national park. I liked the curve of the lane, the fence and nearby mountains, so I walked far enough to find the right balance of elements, then set up the Nikon D7100 on a tripod, slipped on a polarizing filter (to darken the sky) and made a series of photos, including this one.
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Such an inviting photo, Frank — makes me want to follow the path and venture into this crisp scene.
It does have a lovely windswept quality to it. Beautifully done Frank.
What an incredible place to live and visit!