Natural landscapes: the brooding river


I’ve made so, so many photographs over the years that I’m often discovering forgotten gems. I like to think this scene is one of them. I made the picture in January, but it feels more like March to me. The river (which serves as the border between the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec) is open, but all the snow suggests winter is tenaciously hanging on.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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snowy river Ontario Canada

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