Natural landscapes: path through the valley
RED DEER RIVER, NEAR DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA, CANADA
This region, about 90 minutes’ drive northeast of Calgary, is a treasure trove of history (especially coal mining) and glorious photo opportunities. This lookout provides a great view of the river, especially at sunrise. I augmented the lighting by using the flash on my camera to illuminate the nearby vegetation.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.
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